To intrude into other people's affairs or business; interfere. See Synonyms at interfere.(verb-intransitive)
To handle something idly or ignorantly; tamper.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "meddle" in a sentence
"How to make doing nothing - indeed REFUSING to "meddle" - look as though it is a real act of leadership."
""it's my job to meddle," is more than equipped to tackle."
"My meddle is definitely being tested in the Holy Land, where people still smoke in the malls (even though it’s technically illegal, but no one cares)."