verb (used without object), barged, barg·ing.
verb (used with object), barged, barg·ing.
- Also barge in on. to force oneself upon, especially rudely; interfere in: to barge into a conversation.
- to bump into; collide with: He started to run away and barged into a passer-by.
Origin of barge
British Dictionary definitions for barge in
Word Origin for barge
Idioms and Phrases with barge in
Enter rudely or abruptly, intrude. For example, Her mother never knocks but just barges in. The term is also put as barge into or barge in on to mean interrupt, as in Who asked you to barge into our conversation? These phrases use to barge in the sense of “bump into” or “knock against,” which may allude to the propensity of these clumsy vessels to collide with other craft. [Late 1800s]