Spanish translation of 'intrude'
(= intervene) entrometerse ⧫ inmiscuirse (on, upon en)
(= disturb) molestar
am I intruding? ¿les molesto?
to intrude on or upon sb molestar a algn
to intrude on sb’s privacy meterse en la vida privada de algn
we mustn’t intrude on their grief debemos respetar la intimidad de su dolor
2. (= encroach)
sometimes sentimentality intrudes a veces se asoma el sentimentalismo
it kept intruding into my thoughts siguió interfiriendo en mis pensamientos
[views, opinions] imponer (on, upon a)
[subject] introducir (sin derecho)
I haven’t come to intrude myself upon you no he venido para molestarles con mi presencia
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Example Sentences Including 'intrude'
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He's convincing in portraying the risks of virtual relationships; more so when they intrude into real life.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
People don't go out looking for him; why should we intrude into his life?Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Church emergencies that intrude on family life are one thing; poor planning is another.Christianity Today (2000)
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British English: intrude VERB
If you say that someone is intruding into a particular place or situation, you mean that they are not wanted there.
The press has been blamed for intruding into people's personal lives in an unacceptable way.
Translation of intrude from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary