French translation of 'meddle'
(= interfere) s’en mêler
It’s best not to meddle. Mieux vaut ne pas s’en mêler.
to meddle in sth se mêler de qch
What had induced the woman to meddle in his affairs? Qu’est-ce qui avait poussé cette femme à se mêler de ses affaires ?
to meddle with sth se mêler de qch
I dared not meddle with my wife’s plans. Je n’osais pas me mêler des projets de ma femme.
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Just another actor using their'celebrity' status to meddle in politics.The Sun (2016)
Are you fed up with meddling foreign judges?The Sun (2016)
For too long we have had too many people who are unaccountable with a licence to meddle in people 's lives.The Sun (2010)
He should not be meddling in our country 's affairs.The Sun (2016)
If you meddle in other people 's relationships you do so at your peril.The Sun (2011)
Many Cubans remain fiercely nationalistic and resentful of what they see as US meddling in their country.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Police must be free to fight crime without political meddling, the country 's most senior officer said yesterday.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
It might make them less cavalier in meddling with other people 's savings.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
This cannot be excused as a polite wariness of meddling in another country 's due process.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Used Occasionally. meddle is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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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.
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