Barge-in Definition

verb

(idiomatic) To intrude; to enter or interrupt suddenly and without invitation.

What makes you think you can just barge in and make demands of the CEO?
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A feature of a key telephone system (KTS) or PBX, barge-in allows an authorized user from an authorized station to join, without invitation, an active call on a call in progress through the use of an authorization code the user enters via the telephone keypad. See also KTS, PBX, and station.

Webster's New World Telecom
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