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meddle

US [ˈmed(ə)l]
UK ['med(ə)l]
  • v.干预;干涉;管闲事;瞎搞
  • Web玩弄;插手;干预或扰乱他人之事
Simple Present:meddles  Present Participle:meddling  Past Tense:meddled  
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v.
1.
[i]
~ (in/with sth)
管闲事;干涉;干预to become involved in sth that does not concern you
He had no right to meddle in her affairs.
他无权干涉她的事情。
2.
[i]
~ (with sth)
瞎搞,乱弄(尤指不应管或不懂的事物)to touch sth in a careless way, especially when it is not yours or when you do not know how to use it correctly
Somebody had been meddling with her computer.
有人擅自弄过她的电脑。

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