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English English - Definition of invade 
v. enter for conquest or plunder, occupy; penetrate; intrude; infringe, encroach
v. invade, overrun, occupy, raid; penetrate, intrude
v. invade; impinge; encroach; raid
Spanish English To Spanish - invade 
v. invadir, agredir, asaltar, irrumpir
French English To French - invade 
v. envahir, faire une invasion dans (un pays); violer; empiéter, porter atteinte à
German English To German - invade 
v. einfallen; eindringen; vordringen (Gebiet), eindringen (Gebiet), Grenze erreichen
Italian English To Italian - invade 
v. invadere, occupare; calpestare, violare, infrangere
Portuguese English To Portuguese - invade 
v. invadir; introduzir-se; penetrar; penetrar em território alheio, irromper, transgredir, ultrapassar fronteiras
Russian English To Russian - invade 
г. вторгаться, захватывать, оккупировать, овладеть, нахлынуть, посягать, поражать
Turkish English To Turkish - invade 
f. saldırmak, ele geçirmek, akın etmek, istila etmek, içini kaplamak, ihlal etmek, gaspetmek
English Spanish To English - invade 
[invadir] v. invade; impinge; encroach; raid
Albanian English To Albanian - invade 
v. zaptoj, pushtoj, dyndem, dhunoj, invadoj
Dutch English To Dutch - invade 
ww. binnendringen; bemoeien met; in de rede vallen; overtreden
Greek English To Greek - invade 
ρήμ. εισβάλλω, εισορμώ
ChineseS English To ChineseS - invade 
(动) 侵略; 拥挤; 侵袭; 侵入, 侵略; 侵袭; 侵犯
ChineseT English To ChineseT - invade 
(動) 侵略; 擁擠; 侵襲; 侵入, 侵略; 侵襲; 侵犯
Japanese English To Japanese - invade 
(動) 侵略する; 押し寄せる; 侵害する
Korean English To Korean - invade 
동. 침략하다; 침입하다; 침범하다; 침해하다
verb: occupy in large numbers or live on a host
verb: march aggressively into another's territory by military force for the purposes of conquest and occupation Example:Hitler invaded Poland on September 1, 1939.
verb: penetrate or assault, in a harmful or injurious way Example:The cancer had invaded her lungs.
verb: to intrude upon, infringe, encroach on, violate Example:This new colleague invades my territory.


 Synonyms for invade
1. intrude: interrupt, obtrude, interfere, infringe on, transgress, take over
2. attack: assail, assault, storm, raid, overrun, trespass
Tenses for invade
Present participle: invading
Present: invade (3.person: invades)
Past: invaded
Future: will invade
Present conditional: would invade
Present Perfect: have invaded (3.person: has invaded)
Past Perfect: had invaded
Future Perfect: will have invaded
Past conditional: would have invaded

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