ingerence

noun in·ger·ence \ˈinjərən(t)s, aⁿzhārääⁿs\

Definition of ingerence

plural

ingerences

\-rən(t)sə̇z, -rääⁿs\
  1. :  interference, intrusion ingerence in the domestic affairs of a neighboring country

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Origin and Etymology of ingerence

French ingérence, from ingérer to intrude (from Latin ingerere) + -ence


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