Challenging the deal could be portrayed by Beijing as interfering in Chinese economic and trade freedoms.
Are there strange entities observing us and interfering with us?
Frias—who was arrested in 2013 for interfering with public duties and public intoxication—was not carrying a gun at the time.
"You could say you want to count the pencils in their office and they'll say you're interfering with the money supply," he said.
I treat the disease,” a doctor tells an interfering nurse, who snaps back, “Yeah, well, I treat the patient!
No—not without the interfering claims and assertions of your family!
So long as you didn't get interfering with us, we're satisfied.
But the thought of interfering with the design of God will be impious, insupportable.
"I never thought we should have an interfering daughter-in-law," she said.
You get down about daylight and roast the chief of police for interfering, but in the meantime!
mid-15c., "to strike against," from Middle French enterferer "to strike each other," from entre- "between" (see entre-) + ferir "to strike," from Latin ferire "to knock, strike," related to Latin forare "to bore, pierce" (see bore (v.), and cf. punch (v.), which has both the senses "to hit" and "to make a hole in"). Figurative sense of "to meddle with, oppose unrightfully" is from 1630s. Related: Interfered; interfering.