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in·trude

 (ĭn-tro͞od′)
v. in·trud·ed, in·trud·ing, in·trudes
v.tr.
1. To put or force in inappropriately, especially without invitation, fitness, or permission: intruded opinion into a factual report.
2. Geology To thrust (molten rock) into preexisting rock.
v.intr.
To come in rudely or inappropriately; enter as an improper or unwanted element: "Unpleasant realities have intruded on [his] presidential dreams" (Alexander Stille).

[Middle English intruden, from Latin intrūdere, intrūs-, to thrust in : in-, in; see in-2 + trūdere, to thrust; see treud- in Indo-European roots.]

in·trud′er n.

intrude

(ɪnˈtruːd)
vb
1. (often foll by: into, on, or upon) to put forward or interpose (oneself, one's views, something) abruptly or without invitation
2. (Geological Science) geology to force or thrust (rock material, esp molten magma) or (of rock material) to be thrust between solid rocks
[C16: from Latin intrūdere to thrust in, from in-2 + trūdere to thrust]
inˈtrudingly adv

in•trude

(ɪnˈtrud)

v. -trud•ed, -trud•ing. v.t.
1. to thrust or bring in without invitation, permission, or welcome.
2. Geol. to thrust or force into.
v.i.
3. to come in without permission or welcome.
4. Geol.
to enter as an intrusion.
[1525–35; < Medieval Latin intrūdere to push in = Latin in- in-2 + trūdere to push]
in•trud′er, n.
in•trud′ing•ly, adv.
syn: See trespass.

intrude


Past participle: intruded
Gerund: intruding

Imperative
intrude
intrude
Present
I intrude
you intrude
he/she/it intrudes
we intrude
you intrude
they intrude
Preterite
I intruded
you intruded
he/she/it intruded
we intruded
you intruded
they intruded
Present Continuous
I am intruding
you are intruding
he/she/it is intruding
we are intruding
you are intruding
they are intruding
Present Perfect
I have intruded
you have intruded
he/she/it has intruded
we have intruded
you have intruded
they have intruded
Past Continuous
I was intruding
you were intruding
he/she/it was intruding
we were intruding
you were intruding
they were intruding
Past Perfect
I had intruded
you had intruded
he/she/it had intruded
we had intruded
you had intruded
they had intruded
Future
I will intrude
you will intrude
he/she/it will intrude
we will intrude
you will intrude
they will intrude
Future Perfect
I will have intruded
you will have intruded
he/she/it will have intruded
we will have intruded
you will have intruded
they will have intruded
Future Continuous
I will be intruding
you will be intruding
he/she/it will be intruding
we will be intruding
you will be intruding
they will be intruding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been intruding
you have been intruding
he/she/it has been intruding
we have been intruding
you have been intruding
they have been intruding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been intruding
you will have been intruding
he/she/it will have been intruding
we will have been intruding
you will have been intruding
they will have been intruding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been intruding
you had been intruding
he/she/it had been intruding
we had been intruding
you had been intruding
they had been intruding
Conditional
I would intrude
you would intrude
he/she/it would intrude
we would intrude
you would intrude
they would intrude
Past Conditional
I would have intruded
you would have intruded
he/she/it would have intruded
we would have intruded
you would have intruded
they would have intruded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.intrude - enter uninvited; "They intruded on our dinner party"; "She irrupted into our sitting room"
break in - intrude on uninvited; "The nosy couple broke in on our conversation"
come in, enter, get in, go in, go into, move into, get into - to come or go into; "the boat entered an area of shallow marshes"
bother - intrude or enter uninvited; "Don't bother the professor while she is grading term papers"
barge in, gate-crash, crash - enter uninvited; informal; "let's crash the party!"
move in on - make intrusive advances towards
encroach upon, intrude on, obtrude upon, invade - to intrude upon, infringe, encroach on, violate; "This new colleague invades my territory"; "The neighbors intrude on your privacy"
2.intrude - enter unlawfully on someone's propertyintrude - enter unlawfully on someone's property; "Don't trespass on my land!"
breach, infract, transgress, violate, go against, offend, break - act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises; "offend all laws of humanity"; "violate the basic laws or human civilization"; "break a law"; "break a promise"
break in, break - enter someone's (virtual or real) property in an unauthorized manner, usually with the intent to steal or commit a violent act; "Someone broke in while I was on vacation"; "They broke into my car and stole my radio!"; "who broke into my account last night?"
3.intrude - search or inquire in a meddlesome wayintrude - search or inquire in a meddlesome way; "This guy is always nosing around the office"
search, look - search or seek; "We looked all day and finally found the child in the forest"; "Look elsewhere for the perfect gift!"
4.intrude - thrust oneself in as if by force; "The colors don't intrude on the viewer"
inflict, impose, bring down, visit - impose something unpleasant; "The principal visited his rage on the students"

intrude

verb butt in, encroach, push in, obtrude, thrust yourself in or forward, put your two cents in (U.S. slang) He kept intruding with personal questions.
intrude on something or someone
1. interfere with, interrupt, impinge on, encroach on, meddle with, infringe on It's annoying when unforeseen events intrude on your day.
2. trespass on, invade, infringe on, obtrude on They intruded on to the field of play.

intrude

verb
To force or come in as an improper or unwanted element:
Translations
يُقْحِمُ نَفْسَه، يَدْخُل بدون إذْن
obtěžovatrušitvetřít se
forstyrre
behatol
troîa sér; trufla
įsibrovėlisįsibrovimas
iebrukttraucētuzbāztiesuzmākties
davetsiz girmekiçeri dalmak

intrude

[ɪnˈtruːd]
A. VI
1. (= intervene) → entrometerse, inmiscuirse (on, upon en) (= disturb) → molestar
am I intruding?¿les molesto?
to intrude on or upon sbmolestar a algn
to intrude on sb's privacymeterse en la vida privada de algn
we mustn't intrude on their griefdebemos respetar la intimidad de su dolor
2. (= encroach) sometimes sentimentality intrudesa veces se asoma el sentimentalismo
it kept intruding into my thoughtssiguió interfiriendo en mis pensamientos
B. VT [+ views, opinions] → imponer (on, upon a) [+ subject] → introducir (sin derecho)
I haven't come to intrude myself upon youno he venido para molestarles con mi presencia

intrude

[ɪnˈtruːd] vi
[person] (into privacy)s'immiscer dans les affaires des autres, s'immiscer
I don't want to intrude → Je ne veux pas m'immiscer dans les affaires des autres ..., Je ne veux pas m'immiscer ...
am I intruding? → est-ce que je vous dérange?
to intrude into sb's privacy → porter atteinte à la vie privée de qn
Tabloids carry pictures which intrude into people's privacy → Les tabloïds publient des photos qui portent atteinte à la vie privée des gens.
(= enter) to intrude onto [+ space, territory] → pénétrer, pénétrer dans
to intrude into [+ space, territory] → pénétrer, pénétrer dans
An officer said no one had intruded into the space he was defending → Un officier a déclaré que nul n'avait pénétré le périmètre qu'il défendait., Un officier a déclaré que nul n'avait pénétré dans le périmètre qu'il défendait.
intrude on
vt
(= disturb) → troubler
Do you feel anxious when unforeseen incidents intrude on your day? → Vous sentez-vous anxieux lorsque des incidents imprévus viennent troubler votre journée?
Nothing was allowed to intrude on their evening meal → Rien ne devait troubler leur repas du soir.
[uninvited person] → s'immiscer dans
I don't want to intrude on your meeting → Je ne veux pas m'immiscer dans votre réunion.

intrude

vistören; to intrude on somebodyjdn stören; his mother intruded on our relationshipseine Mutter mischte sich in unsere Beziehung ein; am I intruding?störe ich?; to intrude on somebody’s privacyjds Privatsphäre verletzen; my family has been intruded upon by the pressmeine Familie ist von der Presse belästigt worden; to intrude on somebody’s griefjdn in seinem Kummer stören; to intrude on a meetingeine Besprechung stören; to intrude into somebody’s thoughtsjdn in seinen Gedanken stören; personal feelings cannot be allowed to intrudefür persönliche Gefühle ist kein Platz
vt remarkeinwerfen; to intrude oneself upon somebodysich jdm aufdrängen; to intrude oneself into somebody’s affairssich in jds Angelegenheiten (acc)mischen

intrude

[ɪnˈtruːd] viintromettersi
to intrude on or upon (person) → importunare (conversation) → intromettersi in
I hope I'm not intruding → spero di non disturbare

intrude

(inˈtruːd) verb
(sometimes with on) to enter, or cause (something) to enter, when unwelcome or unwanted. He opened her door and said `I'm sorry to intrude'; I'm sorry to intrude on your time.
inˈtruder noun
a person who intrudes, eg a burglar. Fit a good lock to your door to keep out intruders.
inˈtrusion (-ʒən) noun
(an) act of intruding. Please forgive this intrusion.
References in classic literature ?
We have no wish to intrude," observed Professor Bumper, "and I fully recognize the right of prior discovery.
It is possible that the Indians and stragglers of the enemy may intrude, in which case you will remind them of the terms of the capitulation, and threaten to report their conduct to Montcalm.
But seeing that our host sets us the good example of forgetting ceremony, I shall likewise throw it aside, and make free to intrude on his privacy.
As was usually the case wherever Hester stood, a small vacant area -- a sort of magic circle -- had formed itself about her, into which, though the people were elbowing one another at a little distance, none ventured or felt disposed to intrude.
Would you intrude on Master's domestic relations, in the first hour of his return?
And such a luxury to him was this petting of his sorrows, that he could not bear to have any worldly cheeriness or any grating delight intrude upon it; it was too sacred for such contact; and so, presently, when his cousin Mary danced in, all alive with the joy of seeing home again after an age-long visit of one week to the country, he got up and moved in clouds and darkness out at one door as she brought song and sunshine in at the other.
Reed's presence; restricted so long to the nursery, the breakfast, dining, and drawing-rooms were become for me awful regions, on which it dismayed me to intrude.
I am sincerely sorry, Miss Garth, to intrude on you at such a time as this.
Not wishful to intrude I have departured fur you are well again dear Pip and will do better without JO.
The ladies, in particular, were not disposed to scan too nicely the morals of a man who was a professed admirer of their sex, and who possessed many means of dispelling the ennui which was too apt to intrude upon the halls and bowers of an ancient feudal castle.
The vizir replied that the ladies who lived there seemed to be entertaining their friends, and he thought his master would do well not to intrude on them; but the Caliph had taken it into his head to see for himself, and insisted on being obeyed.
There are, indeed, moralists who have questioned the right of the Europeans to intrude upon the possessions of the aboriginals in any case, and under any limitations whatsoever.