From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinterferencein‧ter‧fer‧ence /ˌɪntəˈfɪərəns $ -tərˈfɪr-/ ●●○ noun [uncountable] 1 INTERFEREan act of interferinginterference in I resent his interference in my work. Industrial relations should be free from state interference.2 TCBAMTunwanted noise on the radio, television, or on the telephone, or faults in the television picture3 especially American EnglishDS the act of blocking or touching another player in a sports game, for example by standing in front of them or holding on to them, when you are not supposed to SYN obstruction British English4 run interference
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interferenceThere's a lot of interference on my car radio.interference inChina protested the outside interference in its internal affairs.