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stick one's oar in



stick one's oar in

  1. (idiomatic, UK) To meddle; to stick one's nose into (something)
    I don't want her coming and sticking her oar in - she doesn't know anything about our financials.
    "He feels he must be [there] today. Not to stick his oar in, you understand, but to offer moral support." - Daily Mail, August 2005