Kibitz (verb)

To offer unwanted or unsolicited advice or opinions.

Origin:

The word kibitz comes from yiddish, it is a combination of the hebrew words "kibbutz" (gathering place) and "tz" (meaning to), so originally it means "to gather and give advice".

Examples:

  1. He kibitzed with the poker players and gave them unwanted advice.
  2. She was trying to work but her coworkers kept kibitzing.
  3. I don't need you to kibitz, just let me do my job.
  4. He kibitzed with the chess players and gave them unwanted advice.
  5. The onlookers kibitzed while the group tried to solve the puzzle.
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