简明英汉词典

intrude
[in5tru:d]
vi.
闯入, 侵入
vt.
强挤入, 把(自己的思想)强加于人

美国传统词典[双解]

intrude
in.trude
AHD:[1n-tr?d“]
D.J.[in6tru8d]
K.K.[!n6trud]
v.(动词)
in.trud.edin.trud.ingin.trudes
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To put or force in inappropriately, especially without invitation, fitness, or permission:
闯入,硬塞,强使:不合时宜地进入或强迫进入,特指未经邀请、不合理、或未经允许:
intruded opinion into a factual report.
将个人意见硬塞在真实的报道中

(2)

Geology To thrust (molten rock) into preexisting rock.
【地质学】 侵入:(熔岩)侵入已经存在的岩石中
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To come in rudely or inappropriately; enter as an improper or unwanted element:
侵入,闯入,打扰:粗鲁地或不恰当地进入;作为不正确的或不必要的成分进入:
“The flute would be intruding here like a delicate lady at a club smoker”(Leonard Bernstein)
“长笛在这儿显得突兀,犹如优雅的小姐在老烟枪身边”(伦纳德·伯恩斯坦)

语源

(1)

Middle English intruden
中古英语 intruden

(2)

from Latin intr?e intr?s- [to thrust in]
源自 拉丁语 intr?e intr?s- [用力推入]

(3)

in- [in] * see in- 2
in- [在…里面] *参见 in-2

(4)

tr?e [to thrust] * see treud-
tr?e [用力推] *参见 treud-

继承用法

intruder
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

intrudeobtrude

(2)

These verbs mean to force oneself or something upon another or others without consent or approval.
这些动词都表示未经同意或赞同强加某人或物于他人或物之上。

(3)

Intrude implies thrusting or coming in without permission, warrant, or welcome; it often suggests violation of another's privacy:
Intrude 暗指未经允许、授权、或欢迎用力推入或进入;通常暗示对他人隐私的侵犯:
You had no right to intrude your opinions on the rest of us.
你没有权力将你的意见强加于我们身上。
You look busy—I hope I'm not intruding. To obtrude is to push forward, as into consideration or sight:
你看上去很忙──但愿我没有打扰你。 obtrude 是指进入思考或视线之中:
“He wouldn't obtrude his assistance, if it were declined” (John Lothrop Motley).
“如果他的援助被谢绝的话,他不会将此强加于别人的” (约翰·洛斯鲁普·莫特利)。
“The remembrance that our poor captain was lying dead in the cabin was constantly obtruding” (Frederick Marryat).
“我们可怜的船长死在房舱里的情形老是在我的脑海里出现” (弗雷德里克·马里亚特)

现代英汉词典

intrude
[In5tru:d]
vt.
intruded, intruding

(1)

(与on, upon, into连用)

(2)

强迫接受;强使
intrude one's views upon others
强迫他人采纳自己的意见

(3)

闯入,强行进入

现代英汉综合大辞典

intrude
[in5tru:d]
vi.
侵入; 闯入; 打扰
intrude upon sb.'s privacy
闯入某人的私室
intrude upon sb.'s time
占用某人的时间
I hope I am not -ding.
我希望我不致打扰你。

词性变化

intrude
[in5tru:d]
vt.

(1)

硬挤; 强加

(2)

【地质】使侵入其它地层
intrude one's views upon others
把自已的意思强加于人
intrude oneself into a meeting
挤入会场

习惯用语

intrude upon

(1)

打扰; 侵入; 闯进

(2)

强加; 硬挤

英文相关词典

intrude
encroach    infringe    interfere    meddle    overstep    trespass    extrude    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

intrude
闯入

美国传统词典

intrude
in.trude
AHD:[1n-tr?d“]
D.J.[in6tru8d]
K.K.[!n6trud]
v.
in.trud.ed, in.trud.ing, in.trudes
v.tr.

(1)

To put or force in inappropriately, especially without invitation, fitness, or permission:
intruded opinion into a factual report.

(2)

Geology To thrust (molten rock) into preexisting rock.
v.intr.
To come in rudely or inappropriately; enter as an improper or unwanted element:
“The flute would be intruding here like a delicate lady at a club smoker”(Leonard Bernstein)

语源

(1)

Middle English intruden

(2)

from Latin intr?e intr?s- [to thrust in]

(3)

in- [in] * see in- 2

(4)

tr?e [to thrust] * see treud-

继承用法

intruder
n.

参考词汇

(1)

intrude, obtrude

(2)

These verbs mean to force oneself or something upon another or others without consent or approval.

(3)

Intrude implies thrusting or coming in without permission, warrant, or welcome; it often suggests violation of another's privacy:
You had no right to intrude your opinions on the rest of us.
You look busy—I hope I'm not intruding. To obtrude is to push forward, as into consideration or sight:
“He wouldn't obtrude his assistance, if it were declined” (John Lothrop Motley).
“The remembrance that our poor captain was lying dead in the cabin was constantly obtruding” (Frederick Marryat).

英汉船舶大词典

intrude
n.入侵

英汉法学大词典

intrude
v.侵扰 ,侵入,入侵,闯入

英汉航空大词典

intrude
n.侵入,闯入

英汉化学大词典

intrude
vt.硬挤进,侵入

英汉计算机大词典

intrude
vt.硬挤进(侵入)

英汉中医大词典

intrude
n.侵入

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