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Post  Vincent Law on Sun Oct 27, 2013 1:09 pm

'Butt in' (on someone or something)

> It means to interrupt someone or something.

Ex: "Pardon me for butting in on your conversation, but this is important."
Ex: "John butted in on Tom and Jane to tell them that the mail had come."



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