interfere in (something)

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interfere in (something)

To disrupt or meddle in something. Quit interfering in my plans—it's my wedding day, after all! Leave it to Mom to try to interfere in anything you want to do.
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interfere in something

to meddle in something; to become involved in someone else's business. Don't interfere in my business! Are you interfering in this matter again?
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The case was registered on September 19, 2014 in Secretariat police station under provisions of assaulting on-duty police officer and interfering in governmental affairs.
Sulaymaniya has been witnessing, since the 17th of February, protest demonstrations demanding political reform and prevent political parties from interfering in the works of government agencies.
The Venetian ambassador in Rome, Simon Contarini, wrote to his superiors: "That which is curious in this affair is the dislike, not to say disdain, that the Jesuit Fathers show about the arrival of this personage in Christendom; and they say that he is not the ambassador of the emperor of Japan, but rather of a certain lord, called Masamune, who is his subject."(78) Informed by the Jesuits of some of the potential problems, Paul V wisely reframed from interfering in Japanese internal affairs by stating that before recognizing Masamune's sovereignty, he wanted to consult with the king of Spain.