English translation of 'invasão'
Word forms: plural invasões
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'invasão' in Other Languages
British English: occupation /ˌɒkjʊˈpeɪʃən/ NOUN
country The occupation of a country is its invasion and control by a foreign army.
...the military occupation of the country.
- American English: occupation invasion
- Arabic: احْتِلَالٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: invasão
- Chinese: 占领
- Croatian: okupacija
- Czech: okupace
- Danish: okkupation
- Dutch: bezetting
- European Spanish: ocupación invasión
- Finnish: miehitys
- French: occupation
- German: Inbesitznahme
- Greek: κατάληψη
- Italian: occupazione
- Japanese: 占領
- Korean: 점령
- Norwegian: okkupasjon
- Polish: okupacja najazd
- European Portuguese: invasão
- Romanian: ocupare
- Russian: оккупация
- Spanish: ocupación
- Swedish: ockupation
- Thai: การยึดครอง
- Turkish: işgal
- Ukrainian: окупація
- Vietnamese: sự chiếm đóng
British English: encroachment NOUN
You can describe the action or process of encroaching on something as encroachment.
It's a sign of the encroachment of commercialism in medicine.
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.
Translation of invasão from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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