to interfere: s'immiscer, intervenir, se mêler
Luna often interferes in her colleagues' disputes, but only to give her advice. Luna s'immisce souvent dans les disputes de ses collègues, mais uniquement pour donner son avis.
Don't interfere! Ne t'en mêle pas!
interference: interférence, parasite, brouillage
We didn't hear the music on the radio because there was some interference with the signal. Nous n'avons pas entendu la musique à la radio car il y avait des interférences.
- "I would ask that you do not invite an outside technical specialist to interfere with our system. Our network is configured in a very personal way."
- "these days they just come in a different form. Smythe says that private sector companies are finding ways to compensate workers without using union labor, "The perks that a dotcom like Doodle provides for its staff, without any union interference, are unbelievable: free meals, childcare, dry cleaning services, gold-leafed toilet paper, the list goes on and on."
- "It wouldn't be prudent for me to interfere right now."
- "Unfortunately, this new behavior did not interfere with their habitual paranoia regarding Delavigne's profit margins."
- "Granted, personal issues should not interfere with job performance, however it is my firm belief that, given time, Doris will regain her previous productivity."
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