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invasion

US [ɪnˈveɪʒ(ə)n]
UK [ɪn'veɪʒ(ə)n]
  • n.侵犯;侵略;干预;武装入侵
  • Web侵袭;侵害;发病
Plural Form:invasions  
Invasion
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n.
1.
武装入侵;侵略;侵犯the act of an army entering another country by force in order to take control of it
the German invasion of Poland in 1939
德国于 1939 年对波兰的侵略
the threat of invasion
入侵的威胁
an invasion force/fleet
侵略军;入侵舰队
2.
(尤指烦扰的)涌入the fact of a large number of people or things arriving somewhere, especially people or things that are disturbing or unpleasant
the annual tourist invasion
一年一度游客的涌入
Farmers are struggling to cope with an invasion of slugs.
农民正在努力对付蛞蝓的大肆侵害。
3.
侵犯;干预an act or a process that affects sb/sth in a way that is not welcome
The actress described the photographs of her as an invasion of privacy .
那位女演员认为她的这些照片是对隐私权的侵犯。

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