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the act or an instance of interfering or intruding

Synonyms for interference

a policy of intervening in the affairs of other countries

(American football) blocking a player's path with your body

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Nuland, who in December went to Independence Square in Kiev in a sign of support for the demonstrators, a clear interferance in the internal affairs of a sovereign nation, adds that she has also been told that the UN chief, Ban Ki-moon, is about to appoint a former Dutch ambassador to Kiev, Robert Serry, as his representative to Ukraine.
So it's incredible to think that a film which has been a Christmas TV staple for decades now almost never got made at all thanks to the interferance of one particular (albet fictional) MI6 secret agent - or how close it could have come to being a very differnt story to the one we've come to know and admire.
Essentially a neo-liberal, laissez faire approach is preferred in the US and therefore the imposition of quotas is viewed as government interferance with business and the markets.
refusing international interferance, Syrian tv said.
Just 56 seconds into the game referee Hanson decided the Panthers' player-coach Corey Neilson was guilty of interferance but the Vipers couldn't capitalise on their man advantage and the Panthers were soon to give them a powerplay lesson.