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invade

US [ɪnˈveɪd]
UK [ɪn'veɪd]
  • v.侵犯;侵略;侵袭;干扰
  • Web侵入;入侵;侵害
Simple Present:invades  Present Participle:invading  Past Tense:invaded  
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v.
1.
[i][t]
武装入侵;侵略;侵犯to enter a country, town, etc. using military force in order to take control of it
Troops invaded on August 9th that year.
军队是在那年的 8 月 9 日入侵的。
When did the Romans invade Britain?
古罗马人是何时侵略英国的?
2.
[t]
~ sth
(尤指造成损害或混乱地)涌入;侵袭to enter a place in large numbers, especially in a way that causes damage or confusion
Demonstrators invaded the government buildings.
大批示威者闯进了政府办公大楼。
As the final whistle blew, fans began invading the field.
比赛结束的哨声一响,球迷便开始冲入球场。
The cancer cells may invade other parts of the body.
癌细胞可能扩散到身体的其他部位。
3.
[t]
~ sth
侵扰;干扰to affect sth in an unpleasant or annoying way
Do the press have the right to invade her privacy in this way?
新闻界有权以这种方式干扰她的私生活吗?

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