barge in on

Definition of barge in on

  1. :  to suddenly and rudely interrupt or disturb (something or someone) I was getting angry because she kept barging in on our conversation.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  any of various boats: such as

    :  a roomy usually flat-bottomed boat used chiefly for the transport of goods on inland waterways and usually propelled by towing

    :  a large motorboat supplied to the flag officer of a flagship

  1. :  to carry by barge

    :  to move ponderously or clumsily

    :  to thrust oneself heedlessly or unceremoniously

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to criticize severely

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