English version

put/stick/get your oar in

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishput/stick/get your oar input/stick/get your oar inBritish English informalINTERFERE to get involved in a conversation or situation when the other people do not want you to We were getting along fine until you stuck your oar in. oar
Examples from the Corpus
put/stick/get your oar inI heard him mention something about organs to another guest so I put my oar in and started such a nice conversation.She was talking to me just now, before you put your oar in.We were sorting it out quite nicely until you stuck your oar in.
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