غزا, اجتاح, انتهك, اعتدى
Verb(1) march aggressively into another's territory by military force for the purposes of conquest and occupation(2) to intrude upon, infringe, encroach on, violate(3) occupy in large numbers or live on a host(4) penetrate or assault, in a harmful or injurious way
(1) The next time the mosquito feeds, the parasites invade a new victim.(2) Ramblers never wanted the right to invade the countryside, just the opportunity to appreciate it.(3) they would invade at dawn(4) Fifty-one percent thought the press intruded too much on the public involved in news stories, although 40 percent thought it was justifiable to invade the privacy of politicians.(5) sometimes the worms invade the central nervous system(6) I think that the greatest revelation of the Iraq war has been that we lack the military force to invade a smallish country with terrain that provides easy surveillance and movement.(7) How platelets help cancer invade other tissues Category: Cancer / Oncology News(8) Depending on the size of the bog garden and the maintenance levels, some reeds and rushes should be avoided because of the tendency to completely invade the area.(9) But it was your country that wanted to invade this place.(10) it was all part of a grander French plan to invade Ireland(11) Some dads invade privacy this way to ease anxieties about how fast their daughters are growing up.(12) On the pretext of a threat to their security, they invade an independent country far away from home.(13) For the patients of Oregon State Mental Hospital, the experience of having the cast and crew invade their world turned out to be a positive one.(14) He was someone special enough that they could let him invade their comfortable place.(15) She couldn't stand it, the way he continue to invade her space and kiss her in such a way that it was more of a chore than meaning.(16) The inevitable anomaly exists as to how pathogens invade plants containing potentially toxic levels of constitutive antifungal compounds.
(1) invade :: غزا
1. occupy ::
2. intrude on ::
3. overrun ::
4. infest ::
Different Formsinvade, invaded, invades, invading
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