|Origin:||entreferir 'to hit each other', from ferir 'to hit'|
My daughter-in-law said that I was interfering, but I was only trying to help.
It's not the church's job to interfere in politics.
interfere with something/somebodyphrasal verb
to prevent something from succeeding or from happening in the way that was planned:
Anxiety can interfere with children's performance at school.
if something interferes with a radio or television broadcast, it spoils the sound or picture that you receive
3 British EnglishSCC
to touch a child sexually:
He was arrested for interfering with young boys.