Definition of 'intruder'
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Welcome your guests and alarm potential intruders with this solar welcome light. The Sun (2008)He told officers he woke to find a masked intruder in the house. The Sun (2012)Hundreds of police and stewards on the banks are likely to spot any intruders. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Or what if you woke up in bed to find an intruder? The Sun (2014)Connecticut schools have been fitting yellow intruder alarms next to fire alarms in their corridors and dining halls. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He says it is wrong that people who attack intruders on their property can end up in the dock. The Sun (2012)If the intruder enters the body, antibodies swarm over it. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She was shocked after finding an intruder inside the former council house in January. The Sun (2010)If you wake to find an intruder inside your bedroom, pretend to be asleep. The Sun (2014)A maid spotted the intruder and raised the alarm. The Sun (2014)Using the simple power of the sun, this solar light will welcome your guests and alarm potential intruders. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The maker claims they can also be used as a low-cost intruder alarm if attached to a door or window. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's good for spotting intruders. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The male is used by now to attacking all intruders, so his first reaction is to direct a threat display at this impertinent female. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Nineteen per cent of households have intruder alarms, according to Mintel. Times, Sunday Times (2011)On the first night, my husband awoke at 2am to find an intruder in the house. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Their rapid, intense attacks give intruders less time to assess them, thus concealing their size and avoiding fights they would lose. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A British-made moat is far preferable to an intruder alarm, almost certainly assembled with foreign parts. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I would dread to think how I would react if an intruder entered my home. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'intruder'
British English: intruder /ɪnˈtruːdə/ NOUN
An intruder is a person who enters a place without permission.
Windows and lighting help homeowners see intruders.
- American English: intruder
- Arabic: مُتَطَفِّلٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: intruso
- Chinese: 入侵者
- Croatian: uljez
- Czech: vetřelec
- Danish: ubuden gæst
- Dutch: indringer
- European Spanish: intruso
- Finnish: tunkeilija
- French: intrus
- German: Eindringling
- Greek: εισβολέας
- Italian: intruso
- Japanese: 侵入者
- Korean: 침입자
- Norwegian: inntrenger
- Polish: intruz
- European Portuguese: intruso
- Romanian: intrus
- Russian: нарушитель
- Spanish: intruso
- Swedish: inkräktare
- Thai: ผู้บุกรุก
- Turkish: davetsiz misafir
- Ukrainian: порушник
- Vietnamese: người xâm nhập
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