One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he butted in on our conversation’
interrupt, break in, cut in, chime in, interject, interpose, intervene
interfere, interfere with, put one's oar in
informal poke one's nose in, poke one's nose into
British informal chip in
keep out, keep out of
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