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ob·trude

 (ŏb-tro͞od′, əb-)
v. ob·trud·ed, ob·trud·ing, ob·trudes
v.tr.
1. To impose (oneself or one's ideas) on others with undue insistence or without invitation.
2. To thrust out; push forward.
v.intr.
To impose oneself on others.

[Latin obtrūdere : ob-, against; see ob- + trūdere, to thrust; see treud- in Indo-European roots.]

ob·trud′er n.
ob·tru′sion (-tro͞o′zhən) n.

obtrude

(əbˈtruːd)
vb
1. to push (oneself, one's opinions, etc) on others in an unwelcome way
2. (tr) to push out or forward
[C16: from Latin obtrūdere, from ob- against + trūdere to push forward]
obˈtruder n
obtrusion n

ob•trude

(əbˈtrud)

v. -trud•ed, -trud•ing. v.t.
1. to thrust (something) forward or upon a person, esp. without warrant or invitation.
2. to thrust forth; push out.
v.i.
3. to thrust forward, esp. unduly; intrude.
[1545–55; < Latin obtrūdere to thrust against =ob- ob- + trūdere to thrust]
ob•trud′er, n.
ob•tru′sion (-ˈtru ʒən) n.

obtrude


Past participle: obtruded
Gerund: obtruding

Imperative
obtrude
obtrude
Present
I obtrude
you obtrude
he/she/it obtrudes
we obtrude
you obtrude
they obtrude
Preterite
I obtruded
you obtruded
he/she/it obtruded
we obtruded
you obtruded
they obtruded
Present Continuous
I am obtruding
you are obtruding
he/she/it is obtruding
we are obtruding
you are obtruding
they are obtruding
Present Perfect
I have obtruded
you have obtruded
he/she/it has obtruded
we have obtruded
you have obtruded
they have obtruded
Past Continuous
I was obtruding
you were obtruding
he/she/it was obtruding
we were obtruding
you were obtruding
they were obtruding
Past Perfect
I had obtruded
you had obtruded
he/she/it had obtruded
we had obtruded
you had obtruded
they had obtruded
Future
I will obtrude
you will obtrude
he/she/it will obtrude
we will obtrude
you will obtrude
they will obtrude
Future Perfect
I will have obtruded
you will have obtruded
he/she/it will have obtruded
we will have obtruded
you will have obtruded
they will have obtruded
Future Continuous
I will be obtruding
you will be obtruding
he/she/it will be obtruding
we will be obtruding
you will be obtruding
they will be obtruding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been obtruding
you have been obtruding
he/she/it has been obtruding
we have been obtruding
you have been obtruding
they have been obtruding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been obtruding
you will have been obtruding
he/she/it will have been obtruding
we will have been obtruding
you will have been obtruding
they will have been obtruding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been obtruding
you had been obtruding
he/she/it had been obtruding
we had been obtruding
you had been obtruding
they had been obtruding
Conditional
I would obtrude
you would obtrude
he/she/it would obtrude
we would obtrude
you would obtrude
they would obtrude
Past Conditional
I would have obtruded
you would have obtruded
he/she/it would have obtruded
we would have obtruded
you would have obtruded
they would have obtruded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.obtrude - push to thrust outward
push, force - move with force, "He pushed the table into a corner"
2.obtrude - 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"

obtrude

verb
To force or come in as an improper or unwanted element:
Translations

obtrude

[əbˈtruːd] (frm)
A. VT [+ tongue etc] → sacar
to obtrude sth on sbimponer algo a algn
B. VI [person] → entrometerse
he does not let his opinions obtrudeno hace gala de sus opiniones, no impone sus opiniones a los demás

obtrude

[əbˈtruːd] vi (= be conspicuous) → se remarquer
A 40 watt bulb would be quite sufficient and would not obtrude → Une ampoule de 40 watts suffirait largement et ne se remarquerait pas

obtrude

vt
to obtrude oneselfsich anderen aufdrängen
(= push out)hervorstrecken, hervorschieben
vi
(= intrude)sich aufdrängen
(= protrude)(her)vorstehen; (fig)hervortreten

obtrude

[əbˈtruːd] (frm)
1. viimporsi
2. vtimporre
References in classic literature ?
A pestilent conceit, which so often will insist upon obtruding even when beholding the mightiest royal beadle on his throne.
And as he watched her another thought persisted in obtruding itself into his mind.
The difficulty was great of driving his strange insensibility towards Harriet, from her mind, while he not only sat at her elbow, but was continually obtruding his happy countenance on her notice, and solicitously addressing her upon every occasion.
Why had he come obtruding his life into hers, hers that might have been whole enough without him?
At length, as they advanced towards the close of their day's ride, Charles, observing a mountain obtruding itself directly across their path, and meeting the river, which swept with great velocity around its base, cried aloud with a laugh--
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After my initial wound cleaning via saline solution and sterile swabs, I cleared obtruding debris from the wound, and dressed it with menolin, inadine, mepilex and felt padding to reduce pressure from the shoes.
This valley has indeed many charms; clusters and groves of gloomily picturesque firs, showing the hard, grim, contorted lines of beings whose life has been one long struggle, contrast with wide-spread beds of purple and white-blooming heather, interspersed with soft grasses and rich-lined moss, all fresh and smiling, watered by a hundred rivulets mostly hidden under the herbage but now and then betraying themselves by faint silvery laughter where an obtruding stone gives a chance for a leap and a tumble.
Simultaneously, these same enthralled faces reappear in trashed tatters, partially obtruding over the original images.
What needs developing now is a feel for pacing, for timing between movements, and a need to eradicate solo timbres obtruding in the ensemble.
A thumbnail sketch of bureaucracy should delineate any government or private organization with hierarchically arrayed professional officials--whose ranks are filled on the basis of merit--writing up records, obtruding their documentary preoccupations into many domains of public and private life, and engaging through the medium of their written work in planning and decision making to determine the fate of individuals, social groups, and countries.