interfere with

This page is about the phrasal verb interfere with.

Meaning: to prevent something from happening in the usual way or stop it from developing normally

For example:

  • interfere with sth My daughter is in a gang of kids who hang around together after school, and I think it's interfering with her studies.

  • interfere with sth The media can't report on the court trial because it could interfere with the course of justice.

Quick Quiz:

Many people think the government's new financial regulations will interfere with the economy's recovery and make it

a. take longer

b. happen sooner

c. more successful

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