To Barge In

Meaning and usage of the word/phrase 'To Barge In'.

Meaning: To push one’s way in, to interrupt rudely

Usage: None of your concern, you shouldn’t barge in our conversation.

Sample Dialogue

A: I had almost convinced him to go but suddenly Ahmed barged in and he changed his mind.

B: Oh, that’s very bad, what we’ll tell them now?

A: I don’t know, we probably have to involve Asad in this matter.

B: Yes, you are right, let me talk to him in this regard.

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