One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he struggled to impose himself on a fractious party’
force oneself, foist oneself, thrust oneself
intrude, break in, obtrude, interlope, trespass, impinge, butt in, barge in
control, gain control of, take charge of
informal gatecrash, crash, horn in, muscle in, call the shots, call the tune, be in the driving seat, be in the saddle, run the show, pull the strings, rule the roost
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