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intrude

US [ɪnˈtrud]
UK [ɪnˈtruːd]
  • v.闯入;侵入;打扰;扰乱
  • Web入侵;侵扰;闯进
Simple Present:intrudes  Present Participle:intruding  Past Tense:intruded  
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v.
1.
[i]
闯入;侵入;打扰to go or be somewhere where you are not wanted or are not supposed to be
I'm sorry to intrude, but I need to talk to someone.
对不起打扰了,不过我有话要找人谈。
legislation to stop newspapers from intruding on people's private lives
禁止报章侵犯他人私生活的立法
2.
[i]
~ (on/into/upon sth)
扰乱;侵扰to disturb sth or have an unpleasant effect on it
The sound of the telephone intruded into his dreams.
电话铃声把他从梦中扰醒了。

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