Interlope meaning

intərlōp
To intrude on another's trading rights or privileges.
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To intrude or meddle in others' affairs.
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To intrude, meddle, or trespass in others’ affairs.
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Origin of interlope

  • Early 17th century, likely back-formation from interloper. Alternatively, directly formed as inter- +‎ lope (“leap, jump”) – literally “to jump in”.
    From Wiktionary