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To be or create a hindrance or obstacle:
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  1. To be or create a hindrance or obstacle:
  2. (Physics & Electronics) To cause interference.
  3. (Physics) To affect each other by interference
To intrude, meddle, or trespass in others’ affairs.
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  1. To intrude, meddle, or trespass in others’ affairs.
  2. (Archaic) To intrude on another's trading rights or privileges
To interfere in the affairs of others, often officiously; meddle.
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  1. To interfere in the affairs of others, often officiously; meddle.
To come between things; assume an intervening position.
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  1. To come between things; assume an intervening position.
  2. To introduce or interject (a comment, for example) during discourse or a conversation.
  3. To exert (influence or authority) in order to interfere or intervene:
To obtrude oneself (on or upon)
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  1. To obtrude oneself (on or upon)
  2. To offer or force (oneself, one's opinions, etc.) upon others unasked or unwanted
  3. To impose (oneself or one's ideas) on others with undue insistence or without invitation.
To come, appear, or lie between two things:
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  1. To come, appear, or lie between two things:
  2. To involve oneself in a situation so as to alter or hinder an action or development:
  3. To come between as an influence, as in order to modify, settle, or hinder some action, argument, etc.
To obtain with effort or difficulty:
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  1. To obtain with effort or difficulty:
  2. To raise, move, or force with a pry
  3. To look or inquire closely, curiously, or impertinently:
To look about in a sneaking, prying way
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  1. To look about in a sneaking, prying way
  2. To pry into the private affairs of others, especially by prowling about.
To transgress or exceed the limits of; violate:
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  1. To transgress or exceed the limits of; violate:
  2. To break (a law or agreement); fail to observe the terms of; violate
  3. To encroach on someone or something; engage in trespassing:
(Idiomatic, intransitive) to jump the queue
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  1. (Idiomatic, intransitive) to jump the queue
(Idiomatic) To talk; to join in conversation or discussion.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To talk; to join in conversation or discussion.
  2. (Idiomatic) To agree, to harmonize, to concord.
To advance beyond proper or former limits:
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  1. To advance beyond proper or former limits:
  2. To unlawfully gain access to or take the property or possessions of another, particularly by stealth. To unlawfully gain access to or take the property or possessions of another, particularly by stealth.
  3. To take another's possessions or rights gradually or stealthily:
To put or force in inappropriately, especially without invitation, fitness, or permission:
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  1. To put or force in inappropriately, especially without invitation, fitness, or permission:
  2. To force (oneself or one's thoughts) upon others without being asked or welcomed
  3. To enter or appear in a manner regarded as disruptive, inappropriate, or unwelcome
To block or fill (a passage or opening) with obstacles or an obstacle.
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  1. To block or fill (a passage or opening) with obstacles or an obstacle.
  2. To be or get in the way of (a view or something to be seen).
  3. To block or stop up (a passage) with obstacles or impediments; dam; clog
To bar or hinder the progress of; obstruct or delay
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  1. To bar or hinder the progress of; obstruct or delay
To delay action; be a hindrance
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  1. To delay action; be a hindrance
  2. To interfere with action or progress.
  3. To keep back; restrain; get in the way of; prevent; stop
To hold back the motion or action of, as with a burden; hinder; hamper
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  1. To hold back the motion or action of, as with a burden; hinder; hamper
  2. To load or weigh down, as with claims, debts, etc.; burden
  3. To add a legal claim or other obligation
To ask questions about (something); investigate or analyze:
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  1. To ask questions about (something); investigate or analyze:
  2. To seek information; ask a question or questions
  3. To carry out an examination or investigation
(Idiomatic) To be nosy; to meddle or interfere in the affairs of another.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To be nosy; to meddle or interfere in the affairs of another.
(Idiomatic) To intrude; to enter or interrupt suddenly and without invitation.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To intrude; to enter or interrupt suddenly and without invitation.
To interfere in a harmful or disruptive manner; meddle:
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  1. To interfere in a harmful or disruptive manner; meddle:
  2. (Intransitive) To alter by making unauthorized changes; to meddle.
  3. (In professional sports) To discuss future contracts against league rules with a player.
To disturb, interfere with, or annoy:
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  1. To disturb, interfere with, or annoy:
  2. To annoy, interfere with, or meddle with so as to trouble or harm, or with intent to trouble or harm
  3. To subject (a child) to sexual contact.
To obtain with effort or difficulty:
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  1. To obtain with effort or difficulty:
  2. To look closely and inquisitively or inquire presumptuously; peer or snoop
  3. To raise, move, or force open with a lever.
To infringe on the privacy, time, or attention of another:
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  1. To infringe on the privacy, time, or attention of another:
  2. To go on another's land or property without permission or right
  3. An illegal act committed against another’s person or property; especially entering upon another’s land without the owner’s permission. An illegal act committed against another’s person or property; especially entering upon another’s land without the owner’s permission. In common law, a legal suit for injuries resulting from an instance of the first definition. To enter upon property without permission, either actual or constructive.
To pry into the private affairs of others, especially by prowling about.
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  1. To pry into the private affairs of others, especially by prowling about.
  2. To look about in a sneaking, prying way
(Informal) To search or inquire meddlesomely; snoop or pry:
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  1. (Informal) To search or inquire meddlesomely; snoop or pry:
  2. To touch or rub with the nose
  3. To push with the nose
To be or create a hindrance or obstacle:
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  1. To be or create a hindrance or obstacle:
  2. (Physics & Electronics) To cause interference.
  3. (Physics) To affect each other by interference
To intrude, meddle, or trespass in others’ affairs.
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  1. To intrude, meddle, or trespass in others’ affairs.
  2. (Archaic) To intrude on another's trading rights or privileges
To make unskilled efforts at repairing or improving:
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  1. To make unskilled efforts at repairing or improving:
  2. (Chiefly British) To commit a fraud, especially to steal from one's employer.
  3. To touch or handle something in a nervous way:
To confound or prove wrong; surprise, especially pleasantly:
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  1. To confound or prove wrong; surprise, especially pleasantly:
  2. (Informal) To speak or act facetiously or in jest; joke:
  3. To toy, tinker, or mess:
To make disorderly or dirty:
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  1. To make disorderly or dirty:
  2. To take a meal in a military mess.
  3. To eat as one of a mess
(In professional sports) To discuss future contracts against league rules with a player.
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  1. (In professional sports) To discuss future contracts against league rules with a player.
  2. To interfere in a harmful or disruptive manner; meddle:
  3. (Archaic) To contrive something secretly; plot; scheme
To work as a tinker
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  1. To work as a tinker
  2. To make unskilled or experimental efforts at repair; fiddle:
  3. To fuss or putter aimlessly or uselessly
(Informal) To play, fool, trifle, or meddle
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  1. (Informal) To play, fool, trifle, or meddle
  2. To play, fiddle, trifle, or tamper with something:
  3. To behave in a mischievous or apish manner:
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