/ In5veId; In`ved/ v
(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 尤用於被动语态] (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.
[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.
> invader n person or thing that invades 侵入的人或物; 武装进入者; 侵犯者.