Interference - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˌɪntərˈfɪrəns|  American pronunciation of the word interference
Brit.  |ɪntəˈfɪər(ə)ns|  British pronunciation of the word interference


- a policy of intervening in the affairs of other countries (syn: intervention)
- the act of hindering or obstructing or impeding (syn: hindrance)
- electrical or acoustic activity that can disturb communication (syn: disturbance, noise)
- (American football) blocking a player's path with your body
he ran interference for the quarterback
- any obstruction that impedes or is burdensome (syn: encumbrance, hindrance, hitch, preventative, preventive)

Extra examples

We had to put up with loud noise and constant interference from the neighbors.

It was hard to hear the radio program because of all the interference.

The TV picture had a lot of interference.

England withdrew from any active interference in the struggles of the Continent.

I resent his interference in my work.

Industrial relations should be free from state interference.

You'll get the pathologist to examine the body, but I'd say no interference.

All over the world military men view any civilian interference with dislike.

China will not tolerate any external interference in its affairs.

Industry is once again going to be messed about by Government interference.

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