Forget reports that the Russian president has wound down his campaign of interference in east Ukraine.
Gauging the exact level and nature of Russian interference inside Odessa is difficult.
The families of the missing aid workers worry that Italian interference will put their daughters at risk, too.
It's continuing, without any interference, towards obtaining nuclear weapons capability and from there, nuclear bombs.
The risk for Cameron is that insisting upon such conditions risks a Scottish backlash against perceived English interference.
In 1582 the use of the Theatre was interrupted by the interference of Peckham.
It were a sad world indeed if God's presence were only interference, that is, miracle.
The boy hung his head, but looked sulky rather than thankful for his brother's interference with himself and the welsher.
"It's the interference makes me mad," Mrs. North declared, hotly.
The Albanians seldom do anything they "do not like," and they are quick to object to any interference.
interference in·ter·fer·ence (ĭn'tər-fēr'əns)
The variation of wave amplitude that occurs when waves of the same or nearly the same frequency come together.
The condition in which infection of a cell by one virus prevents superinfection by another virus.
The condition in which superinfection by a second virus prevents effects that would result from infection by either virus alone, even though both viruses persist.
The disturbance that results when two waves come together at a single point in space; the disturbance is the sum of the contribution of each wave. For example, if two crests of identical waves arrive together, the net disturbance will be twice as large as each incoming wave; if the crest of one wave arrives with the trough of another, there will be no disturbance at all.
Note: One common example of interference is the appearance of dark bands when a light is viewed through a window screen.