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invadir in English:

1. encroach

A good salesman will not encroach on his customer's time.
to encroach on sb's rights
To encroach is defined as to move into or invade someone else's space or territory.
farmers and loggers are encroaching.

English word "invadir"(encroach) occurs in sets:

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2. invade

You must not invade the privacy of others.
Hull was given immediate orders to invade Canada.
North Korea decided the time was right to invade.
The troops invaded at dawn.
The island was invaded during the war.
Hayley talks about her personal space – it means the area around her body which she feels is hers and if invaded makes her feel uncomfortable.
William the Conqueror invaded England in 1066.
invade our privacy
The soldiers invaded the country at dawn after the army was defeated.
We just have to hope that no other country invades us, because our army is not very strong.
Germany invaded Poland
Viruses invade your body and cause harm.
He invaded my house unexpectedly.

English word "invadir"(invade) occurs in sets:

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