Interferer
Interferer \In`ter*fer"er\, n. One who interferes. [1913 Webster]

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  • interférer — [ ɛ̃tɛrfere ] v. intr. <conjug. : 6> • 1819 ; angl. to interfere, du lat. inter « entre » et ferire « frapper »; cf. férir 1 ♦ Phys. Produire des interférences. 2 ♦ (1902) Fig. Se faire du tort (en parlant d actions simultanées). Leurs… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • interferer — interfere ► VERB 1) (interfere with) prevent from continuing or being carried out properly. 2) (interfere with) handle or adjust without permission. 3) intervene without invitation or necessity. 4) (interfere with) Brit. euphemistic sexually… …   English terms dictionary

  • interferer — noun see interfere …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • interferer — See interfere. * * * …   Universalium

  • interferer — noun A person who, or thing that, interferes …   Wiktionary

  • interférer — (in ter fé ré. La syllabe fé prend un accent grave quand la syllabe qui suit est muette : il interfère, excepté au futur et au conditionnel : il interférera, il interférerait) v. n. Terme de physique. Produire une interférence. Deux rayons de… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • interferer — n. person or thing that annoys, meddler; one who blocks an opposing player (Sports) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • interferer — in·ter·fer·er …   English syllables

  • interferer — R ˌintə(r)ˈfirər, R təˈfirə(r noun ( s) : one that interferes …   Useful english dictionary

  • interfere — interferer, n. interferingly, adv. /in teuhr fear /, v.i., interfered, interfering. 1. to come into opposition, as one thing with another, esp. with the effect of hampering action or procedure (often fol. by with): Constant distractions interfere …   Universalium

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