Examples of interference in a Sentence
We had to put up with loud noise and constant interference from the neighbors.
interference in the affairs of another nation
trying to avoid governmental interference
It was hard to hear the radio program because of all the interference.
The TV picture had a lot of interference.
a hockey player receiving a penalty for interference
Recent Examples of interference from the Web
The news comes amid a heightening of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election.
While that is important, there remains the more fundamental question of Russia’s interference, irrespective of whether anyone attached to the Trump campaign was assisting.
Earlier in the game, Ohio State appeared to have another interception in the end zone but the play was wiped out by a phantom pass interference call.
Remove the second beam splitter and interference becomes impossible.
According to a January report from the U.S. intelligence community, Russia’s interference in the 2016 election was directed at the highest levels of its government.
Coghlan reports that invasive salmon and interference with the headwaters of rivers running through the region also threaten the area.
But allegations of voter fraud, election interference by foreign governments, and intrusions into state electoral agencies' systems have since cast a pall over the system that determines who makes the laws and enforces them in the United States.
Briean Boddy-Calhoun was flagged for a dubious pass interference penalty in the end zone, leading to a Vikings TD.
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First Known Use of interference
balk, bar, block, chain, clog, cramp, crimp, deterrent, drag, embarrassment, encumbrance, fetter, handicap, hindrance, holdback, hurdle, impediment, inhibition, manacle, obstacle, obstruction, shackles, stop, stumbling block, trammel;
INTERFERENCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of interference for English Language Learners
: involvement in the activities and concerns of other people when your involvement is not wanted : the act of interfering
: additional signals that weaken or block the main signal in a radio or television broadcast
sports : the act of illegally hitting or getting in the way of an opponent
INTERFERENCE Defined for Kids
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