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academic freedom in educational institutions, the freedom of a teacher to teach, of a student to learn, and of both to discuss and hold opinions, esp. about social, political, and moral issues, without arbitrary interference or reprisals by school or public officials, organized groups, or the like.
cosmic noise interference from radio waves beyond the earth; galactic noise.
cross talk interference, as on a telephone, radio, or other electronic receiver, by other sound or radio signals from another channel. [1/2 definitions]
EMI abbreviation of "electromagnetic interference."
freedom of the press the right to publish newspapers, magazines, books, and the like without governmental interference or censorship.
Fresnel mirrors two mirrors joined together at an angle slightly less than 180 degrees, so that a beam of light falling on them is reflected in different directions, producing interference fringes where the reflected light overlaps.
interfere in physics and electronics, to generate interference, esp. with another wave or signal. [1/5 definitions]
interferometer a device used to make precise measurements of wavelengths using acoustic, optical, or microwave interference phenomena.
intervention an intervening or interference by one nation in the affairs of another, as with military force. [1/2 definitions]
laissez faire an economic policy or doctrine that opposes government interference in or regulation of business or commerce beyond what is necessary for a free-enterprise system to regulate itself. [1/2 definitions]
marplot one who ruins a plan or project by meddlesome, officious interference.
nationalist (cap.) a follower of a political movement that favors national government and resistance against foreign domination or interference. [1/3 definitions]
noninterference combined form of interference.
ride to proceed without interference. [1/16 definitions]
sufferance approval given passively by a lack of prohibition or interference. [1/2 definitions]