English translation of 'intrometer-se'
to interfere, meddle
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'intrometer-se' in Other Languages
British English: pry /praɪ/ VERB
If you say that someone is prying, you disapprove of them because they are trying to find out about someone else's private affairs.
We do not like people prying into our private life.
- American English: pry
- Arabic: يَبْحَثُ عَنَ الَأسْرار
- Brazilian Portuguese: intrometer-se
- Chinese: 窥探
- Croatian: zabadati nos
- Czech: slídit
- Danish: snage
- Dutch: gluren
- European Spanish: curiosear
- Finnish: udella
- French: s’immiscer
- German: neugierig sein
- Greek: ψαχουλεύω
- Italian: spiare
- Japanese: 詮索する
- Korean: 캐다
- Norwegian: snoke
- Polish: wtrącić się
- European Portuguese: intrometer-se
- Romanian: a iscodi
- Russian: выведывать
- Spanish: curiosear
- Swedish: snoka
- Thai: สอดรู้สอดเห็น
- Turkish: gözetlemek
- Ukrainian: втручатися
- Vietnamese: thọc mạch
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.
Translation of intrometer-se from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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