Are you a meddler?


“To meddle” is to interfere (entremeterse o estorbar) with something) or to tamper with something. The context is usually negative. Contemplate these:

  • Who asked you to meddle in my affairs (asuntos) or matters (¿Quién te manda a ti meterte en mis asuntos?)?
  • Mr. Sanchez is always meddling (estropeando) in the economy.
  • Why are you meddling with my flower arrangement?

A person who meddles is a “meddler” (un entrometido), and the person´s actions are meddlesome.

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