名词:invader 动词过去式:invaded 过去分词:invaded 现在分词:invading 第三人称单数:invades
1 (a) [I, Ipr, Tn, Tn.pr] ~ (sth) (with sth) enter (a country or territory) with armed forces in order to attack, damage or occupy it 武装进入（一国或一领地）; 侵犯; 侵入; 侵略
*He ordered the army to invade at dawn. 他命令军队拂晓侵入该国.
* Alexander the Great invaded India with a large army. 亚历山大大帝曾率领大军入侵印度.
(b) [Tn esp passive 尤用于被动语态] (fig 比喻) enter (sth) in large numbers, esp so as to cause damage; crowd into 涌入（某事物）（尤指为破坏）; 侵袭
*The cancer cells may invade other parts of the body. 癌细胞可能侵袭身体的其他部分.
* a city invaded by tourists 游客大批涌入的城市
* a mind invaded with worries, anxieties, etc 充满烦恼、焦虑等的心境.
2 [Tn] interfere with (sth); intrude on 干扰（某事物）; 侵扰
*invade sb's rights, privacy, etc 侵犯某人的权利、隐私权等.
1400-1500; Language: Latin;Origin:
invadere, from vadere 'to go'
] [I and T]
to enter a country, town, or area using military force, in order to take control of it The Romans invaded Britain 2000 years ago. [T]
to go into a place in large numbers, especially when you are not wanted Every summer the town is invaded by tourists. Fans invaded the pitch at half-time. [T]
to get involved in something in an unwanted and annoying way What right does he have to invade my privacy? Patients are given the feeling that they mustn't try to invade medical territory (=try to deal with things that are not their responsibility) .
1. Don´t invade the rights of others. 不要侵犯别人的权利。
2. Loud conversations on mobile phones invade our thoughts or interrupt the pleasure of meeting friends for a quiet chat. 用移动电话大声交谈干扰我们的思路，破坏我们和朋友在一起轻声聊天所得到的乐趣。