Spanish translation of 'invade'
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Example Sentences Including 'invade'
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When the collapse involves outside invading forces, does one look primarily at internal decay?World History: Patterns of Change and Continuity (1995)
And that place should be the focus of the entire invading force.THE 22 IMMUTABLE LAWS OF MARKETING (1993)
This would have choked off British supply lines and left the road to Delhi open to the invading forces.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
There may be an army of them invading us.The Princess and the Goblin (1872)
Iraq is not an easy country to invade, as it has strong natural defences.BLACK KNIGHTS: On the Bloody Road to Baghdad (2003)
But it makes no sense because all the killing and dynastic struggles go on between soldiers in the invading forces.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Well, how about one that depicts the horrible complications that ensue when an invading force moves into a territory that it doesn't understand?Times, Sunday Times (2010)
It feels as if a government ministry has just abandoned the place in the face of an invading army.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
If we failed, our country would almost certainly be invaded.The Sun (2010)
It often invaded the tiny auditorium.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
It was engineered by the very sources who now say we have to invade this country and that.The Sun (2011)
My friends are already doing this to the invading British forces in Afghanistan.The Sun (2008)
The invading police force released another 29 persons who had been held as hostages, four of whom were reported to be critically injured.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
They had not invaded anyone's country.The Sun (2015)
We won't invade and we almost certainly won't try to take out the atomic research facilities with a famous surgical strike.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
But given enough time, something sinister often invades, and the goals begin to haunt their makers.Christianity Today (2000)
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'invade' in Other Languages
British English: invade /ɪnˈveɪd/ VERB
To invade a country means to enter it by force with an army.
The army invaded the area last week.
- American English: invade
- Arabic: يَغْزُو
- Brazilian Portuguese: invadir
- Chinese: 入侵
- Croatian: napasti
- Czech: napadnout cizí zemi
- Danish: invadere
- Dutch: binnenvallen
- European Spanish: invadir
- Finnish: hyökätä maahan
- French: envahir
- German: eindringen
- Greek: εισβάλλω
- Italian: invadere
- Japanese: 侵略する
- Korean: 침략하다
- Norwegian: invadere
- Polish: najechać
- European Portuguese: invadir
- Romanian: a invada
- Russian: вторгаться
- Spanish: invadir
- Swedish: invadera
- Thai: บุกรุก
- Turkish: işgal etmek
- Ukrainian: вторгатися
- Vietnamese: xâm lược
Translation of invade from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary
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