Student or Learner
Would you be kind enough to tell me whether I am on the right track by the interpretation of the expressions in bold in the following sentences?
To interfere with party disputes.
There was no room for anyone to interfere with his own opinions.
Don't interfere in my affairs.
Don't interfere with me.
He is always interfering in our affairs.
interfere = to enter into, or take a part in, to intermeddle; to interpose
Workers in a crowded shop may interfere with each other's activity.
Nothing must be allowed to interfere with our plans for the weekend.
Pleasure must not be allowed to interfere with business.
interfere = to come in collision; to be in opposition; to clash;
The high buildings interfere with a wide view.
interfere = be an obstacle,
The noise interferes with my work.
I shall go tomorrow, if nothing interferes.
This interferes with my plans.
They interfere with national technical means of verification.
They interfere with yours health.
The USA interferes in the internal affairs of other countries.
In this point you interfere with historical tradition.
Thank you for your efforts.