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Robert's regiment had sailed from England to Sicily in July, 1943 to take part in the invasion of the island. IN LOVE AND WAR (2001)All in all, she felt happier and more settled than at any time since she'd learned of the proposed invasion. THE GOSPEL MAKERS (2001)There will be no aid, no cannon, no invasion of southern Medalon. TREASON KEEP (2001)
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Very Common. invasion is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'invasion'
British English: invasion NOUN
If there is an invasion of a country, a foreign army enters it by force.
...seven years after the Roman invasion of Britain.
Definition of invasion from the Collins English Dictionary
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