- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of interfere.
“Your point about the community keeping your head on writing a bit, even when life interferes, is so true.”
“Aspirin interferes with chemical mediators of kallikrein system.”
“Monitoring the way rain interferes with the signals routinely sent between phone masts provides an accurate picture of rainfall over an area, say Israeli researchers.”
“Medical Center poll found that more than half of Americans live with chronic or recurrent pain, and for large numbers of Americans, the pain interferes with their daily lives.”
“How 'hot' emotional brain interferes with 'cool' processing”
“Asked whether one calling interferes with another, the answer was, No.”
“We are glad to welcome them, though with our present force of teachers -- which lack of means forbids us to increase -- the pressure for instruction in English interferes more or less with that gospel teaching which it is our chief aim and our sufficient reward to impart.”
“He is sure to get a reply by return mail, unless Mephistopheles interferes, which is not unlikely, since Mephistopheles is said to have been much pleased with the manner in which the eminent tragedian has put him before the British and American public.”
“Today, the Court ruled that TSA can arrest and fine you for swearing loudly and belligerently while you're being searched at the airport security check because it "interferes" with the TSA's job.”
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