Meaning of TAMPER in English


intransitive verb (~ed; ~ing) see: temper Date: 1567 to carry on underhand or improper negotiations (as by bribery), 2. to interfere so as to weaken or change for the worse, to try foolish or dangerous experiments, to render something harmful or dangerous by altering its structure or composition , ~er noun ~proof adjective

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