Verb(1) enter uninvited(2) enter unlawfully on someone's property(3) search or inquire in a meddlesome way(4) thrust oneself in as if by force
(1) He remembers his African upbringing fondly, at least up until civil disturbances began to intrude on his world.(2) Here balances tend to be off kilter in a few places: listen, for example, to the brawny horn intrude on the lovely alternate theme in the first movement.(3) It's even stranger when you consider the great cry for separation of Church and State whenever anyone wants to intrude the merest sniff of religion into politics.(4) With the governor's decree, and the state of Florida's law, this is a clear case between how far the state can go to intrude itself in your life.(5) to intrude political criteria into military decisions risks reducing efficiency(6) Yet the thick supports between panes, though architecturally interesting (in a whale-bone ribcage kind of way) intrude on the view.(7) Beauty will not intrude on proceedings when the bell sounds on Saturday for a bout between two fighters, one explosively combative, the other composed and skillful.(8) For now, he is concerned by Edinburgh council's plans to build a glass cage over the Waverley Steps entrance to the railway station, which he says will intrude on the side elevation of the Balmoral.(9) It will be totally out of character with the neighbouring housing, will intrude on the privacy of neighbouring residents, and would impinge substantially on their visual amenity.(10) And there are also concerns some of the Government's proposed changes will intrude on the independence of Australian universities.(11) Men of low status were not always intimidated by such judgments and even colonial women occasionally acted as a group to intrude their own moral sensibilities onto the public stage.(12) Any attempt by the Labour mafia to intrude a political crony or some ├ö├ç├┐socially inclusive├ö├ç├û candidate into the specialist, highly sophisticated milieu of the National Galleries would be an outrage.(13) Planning officers say in their report the mast would intrude on the landscape, because of its raised position above the Kendal bypass, and its closeness to Grade ll-listed High Helsfell Farm.(14) There are some wood panels, which may not be to everyone's taste, but overall the use of plastics leathers and metals is subtle enough not to intrude on the general effect of an elegant ambiance.(15) They did not want the real effects of the war to intrude on the reality-TV version being broadcast to the public.(16) Numerous undated granitic and dioritic plutons intrude the Palaeozoic rocks and form large areas of Karlik Tagh and Barkol Tagh.
(1) intrude :: 侵入
1. encroach on ::
2. trespass ::
3. horn in ::
4. irrupt ::
5. obtrude ::
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