meddlesome

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med·dle·some

 (mĕd′l-səm)
adj.
Inclined to meddle or interfere.

med′dle·some·ly adv.

meddlesome

(ˈmɛdəlsəm)
adj
intrusive or meddling
ˈmeddlesomely adv
ˈmeddlesomeness n

med•dle•some

(ˈmɛd l səm)

adj.
given to meddling; intrusive.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.meddlesome - intrusive in a meddling or offensive mannermeddlesome - intrusive in a meddling or offensive manner; "an interfering old woman"; "bustling about self-importantly making an officious nuisance of himself"; "busy about other people's business"
intrusive - tending to intrude (especially upon privacy); "she felt her presence there was intrusive"

meddlesome

adjective interfering, meddling, intrusive, intruding, mischievous, prying, officious, intermeddling a meddlesome member of the public

meddlesome

adjective
Given to intruding in other people's affairs:
Translations
فُضولي، مُتَدَخِّل
všetečný
geskæftig
afskiptasamur
işe karışmaya bayılan

meddlesome

[ˈmedlsəm] meddling1 [ˈmedlɪŋ] ADJentrometido

meddlesome

[ˈmɛdəlsəm] meddling [ˈmɛdəlɪŋ] adj (= interfering) [bureaucrat, politician] → indiscret/ète; [neighbour] → indiscret/ète

meddlesome

adj, meddling
adj attr she’s a meddlesome old busybodysie mischt sich dauernd in alles ein

meddlesome

[ˈmɛdlsəm] meddling [ˈmɛdlɪŋ] adj (interfering) → impiccione/a, ficcanaso m/f

meddle

(ˈmedl) verb
to interfere. She was always trying to meddle.
ˈmeddler noun
ˈmeddlesome adjective
fond of meddling. a meddlesome old woman.