[ noun ] (politics) a policy of intervening in the affairs of other countries
Used in print("Editorials"...)
The weekly loss is partly counterbalanced by 500 arrivals each_week from West_Germany , but the hard truth , says Crossman , is that `` The closing_off of East_Berlin without interference from the West and with the use only of East_German , as distinct from Russian , troops was a major Communist victory , which dealt West_Berlin a deadly , possibly a fatal , blow .
[ noun ] the act of hindering or obstructing or impeding
Used in print(Randall Stewart, "A Little History, a Little Honesty: A...)
But with the renewal of interference in 1954 ( as with its beginning in 1835 ) , the improvement was impaired .(Edwin Booth, Outlaw Town....)
Curt wanted to get Jess alone , without interference from anyone , even as spineless a person as the store owner .
[ noun ] electrical or acoustic activity that can disturb communication
Used in print(Cornell H. Mayer, "Radio Emission of the Moon...)
The radio_emission of a planet was first detected in 1955 , when Burke and Franklin ( 1955 ) identified the origin of interference like radio_noise on their records at about 15 meters wave_length as emission from Jupiter .
[ noun ] (sport,american football) the act of blocking someone's path with your body (as in football)
"he threw a rolling block into the line backer"
Used in print(The Dallas Morning News,...)
`` He knocked_down the interference and made key stops lots_of times .