(Sports) To perform an act of interference.
To advance beyond the proper, original, or customary limits; make inroads (on or upon)
To cause an activity to stop by saying or doing something.
Trespass is defined as to go onto someone's property, or to cross a social boundary.
To tamper (with)
To let be or do without interference.
To turn away (one's gaze, for example).
A push, thrust, or sudden blow, given by the head; a head butt.
To enforce: compel to behave in a certain way
To introduce (a remark, opinion, etc.) into a conversation, debate, etc.; put in as an interruption
To intrude on without warrant or invitation; disturb:
To trouble emotionally or mentally; upset:
To break (a law or agreement); fail to observe the terms of; violate
To enter forcibly or hostilely; come into as an enemy
To stop bothering.
To join a queue in the middle, as opposed to at the back
To force or come in as an improper or unwanted element
Enter is defined as to come in, put in or get in.
To burst suddenly or violently (into)
To push or jab with a stick, finger, etc.; prod
To join a queue not at the end, but in the middle
To look or inquire closely, curiously, or impertinently:
- Butt in or into is a slang term implying intrusion in a meddling or officious way stop butting into my business See also syn. study at trespass.
- Interlope implies an intrusion upon the rights or privileges of another to the disadvantage or harm of the latter the interloping merchants have ruined our trade
- Obtrude connotes even more strongly the distractive nature or the undesirability of the invasion side issues keep obtruding into the discussion
- Intrude implies the forcing of oneself or something upon another without invitation, permission, or welcome to intrude upon another's privacy
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