English translation of 'intruso'
intrusointrusa [ı̃ˈtruzu, a]
masculine noun, feminine noun
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'intruso' in Other Languages
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
British English: intrusive ADJECTIVE
Something that is intrusive disturbs your mood or your life in a way you do not like.
The cameras were not an intrusive presence.
British English: rogue ADJECTIVE
A rogue element is someone or something that behaves differently from others of its kind, often causing damage.
Computer systems are being affected by mysterious rogue programs, known as viruses.
Translation of intruso from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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