meddle in (something)

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meddle in (something)

To involve oneself in some situation or activity, especially that which one is not meant or welcome to be involved in. I would have gotten away with the money laundering if you hadn't gone meddling in the company's financial affairs! My parents are always meddling in my love life, trying to set me up on dates with guys I have no interest in.
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meddle in something

to intrude [oneself] into something. I wish you wouldn't meddle in my affairs. Go meddle in someone else's business.
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He said though they do not know what was discussed at the closed meeting, he noted the arrangement of lunch on its own was enough for the said Dikgosana to have meddled in politics.
Trump clarified on Tuesday that during his Monday meeting with Putin he'd misspoken and meant to say that he didn't see a reason why it "wouldn't" be Russia that had meddled in the election.
WASHINGTON, July 4 (KUNA) -- The Senate Intelligence Committee said Tuesday that the US intelligence community properly concluded in January 2017 that Russian President Vladimir Putin was trying to help Donald Trump and hurt Hillary Clinton when Moscow meddled in the 2016 election.
Last August, an appeals court ruled the 67-year-old meddled in the 2012 vote through a covert cyber operation and engaged in political activities in violation of laws governing the election and of the NIS.
Go denied he meddled in the procurement of the frigates.
'Just like our ambassadors have never meddled in the civic processes and politics of Western nations, these foreign envoys led by Godec must not be involved in Kenya's.
Multiple US intelligence agencies have concluded that Moscow meddled in the 2016 election to try to help Mr Trump win.
Earlier yesterday, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director Mike Pompeo stood by the US intelligence assessment that Russia meddled in the 2016 elections.
Ambassador Nikki Haley contradicted President Donald Trump on the question of whether or not Russia meddled in the 2016 election Saturday.
"Everybody knows that Russia meddled in our elections," Haley told CNN's Dana Bash in a (http://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2017/07/08/haley-everybody-knows-russia-meddled-in-election-sotu.cnn) pre-taped interview for "State of the Union," which airs Sunday morning.
During a joint press conference Thursday in Warsaw with Polish President Andrzej Duda, Trump was hesitant to confirm whether or not he thinks that the Russian meddled in the election.
The Pinoy Trending News posted an article last week, in which it claimed that Padron meddled in the stripping of the VCMs, which were used in the May 2016 polls, in late 2016.
"If foreign countries had not meddled in Syria, the country's future would been very different.
"The communists meddled in the church affairs for years," Borisov told reporters on Wednesday, referring to the country's totalitarian past.
The acting Justice Chief said he never meddled in any of the cases being handled by any prosecutor or under review by the undersecretaries.