English translation of '干涉'
⇒ 干涉别人私事(gānshè biérén sīshì)
meddle in other people's affairs
- (= 关系)
'干涉' in Other Languages
British English: interfere VERB
If you interfere, you get involved in a situation when other people do not want you to.
I wish everyone would stop interfering and just leave me alone.
British English: interference NOUN
Interference by a person or group is their unwanted involvement in something.
The parliament described the decree as interference in the republic's internal affairs.
British English: intervention NOUN
Intervention is the act of intervening in a situation.
...the country's intervention in the internal affairs of many other countries.
British English: meddle VERB
If you say that someone meddles in something, you are criticizing the fact that they try to influence or change it without being asked.
Already some people are asking whether scientists have any right to meddle in such matters.
British English: tamper VERB
If someone tampers with something, they interfere with it or try to change it when they have no right to do so.
I don't want to be accused of tampering with the evidence.
Translation of 干涉 from the Collins Chinese to English Dictionary
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