Definitions of "interference"
  1. An act that hinders, interrupts, or meddles in a process, activity, or situation
  2. Any situation, thing, or circumstance that obstructs or causes hindrance
  3. A legal proceeding that decides which inventor has the right to a patent when there's a dispute over who invented something first
How to use "interference" in a sentence
  1. The union claimed that the company committed interference by hindering their rights to organize.
  2. During the trial, the jury considered whether the noise from the factory was an interference to the quiet enjoyment of the neighboring property.
  3. In their quest to patent the new technology, the two inventors became involved in an interference to resolve their clashing claims.

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