1. I
1) it wasn't my business to interfere мне незачем /нечего/ было вмешиваться; I shall take care to interfere я постараюсь вмешаться в это /сказать свое слово/; leave me alone! don't interfere! оставь меня в покое!, не мешай!; who asked you to interfere! кто просил тебя вмешиваться?
2) I shall go tomorrow if nothing interferes [я] поеду завтра, если ничто не помешает; the two plans interfere один план идет вразрез с другим, эти два плана несовместимы
2. II
interfere in some manner interfere arrogantly (energetically, unreasonably, consciously, jealously, materially, etc.) нагло и т. д. вмешиваться
3. XI
be interfered with I don't like to be interfered with не люблю, когда мне мешают
interfere to do smth. interfere to protect the children (to stop the riot, to salvage what remained, etc.) вмешаться, чтобы защитить детей и т. д.
5. XVI
1) interfere with smth., smb. interfere with smb.'s plans (with duty, with the course of justice, with our industrial development, with the progress of the work, with our trade, etc.) мешать /препятствовать/ осуществлению чьих-л. планов и т. д., interfere with the operation of a rule затруднять применение правила; I shall never finish my work if you interfere with me like this я никогда не кончу эту работу, если ты будешь меня все время отрывать, pleasure must not be allowed to interfere with business развлечения не должны быть помехой делу; interfere делу время, потехе час; interfere with smb.'s interests (with historical tradition, etc.) вступать в противоречие с чьими-л. интересами и т. д., interfere with health вредить здоровью; it cannot possibly interfere with the business это никоим образом не может повредить делу
2) interfere with smb., smth. interfere with the boys (with the dispute of others, with private business, etc.) вмешиваться в дела мальчиков и т. д.; interfere with the clock (with this machine, etc.) трогать часы и т. д., баловаться с часами и т. д.; interfere in smth. interfere in family quarrels (in another's life, in the matter, in smb.'s business, in the work, etc.) вмешиваться в семейные ссоры и т. д.; that woman is always interfering in other people's affairs эта женщина всегда сует нос в чужие дела; interfere between smb. and smb. interfere between husband and wife вставать между мужем и женой
interfere with smb.'s doing smth. interfere with my going there (with his reading, with her singing, etc.) помешать мне пойти туда и т. д.
7. XXV
interfere when... do not interfere when bullies fight не лезь, когда дерутся хулиганы
interfere in what... I refuse to interfere in what doesn't concern me я не желаю вмешиваться в то, что меня не касается

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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