Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Invade"

The meaning of "Invade" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does invade mean?
A: It means to attack, mainly in the context of war
Example: On September 1st 1939, Germany invaded Poland, which marks the beginning of World War II
Q: What does invade mean?
A: его значение как нападение
Q: What does invade mean?
A: To successfully conquer another territory by use of force.

Example sentences using "Invade"

Q: Please show me example sentences with invade.
A: To enter without permission.

My brother invades my privacy by invading my room whenever he wants.
The army invaded the neighboring country and started a war.
Q: Please show me example sentences with invade.
A: The swarm invaded Aiur.
The invasion fleet is coming.
We invaded his fridge.
I invade my friends house all the time.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "to invade".
A: Invade basically means take over.
Some examples:
-A blush threatened to invade his cheeks.
-She didn't want to invade his privacy.
-He decided to invade Scotland with 1000 men.
-Thoughts of stealing the wallet invaded her mind, but she brushed the desperate idea away.

Synonyms of "Invade" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between invade and aggress ?
A: to aggress is to initiate an attack, war, quarrel, or fight while to invade is to enter a country or region so as to subjugate or occupy it, in a large number of people.
so basically aggress is just attacking or quarreling but an invasion is coming in large groups to take a place forcefully.
Hope I helped🙌
Q: What is the difference between invade and intrude ?
A: @yuuuuuichi: the difference is not big.

Intrude:
- insert yourself into something (without being welcome)

Invade:
- move into something (without being welcome)
- forcefully gain access (i.e. invade a country, war)

When someone enters your house (uninvited) via an open window, he is an intruder. If he broke the glass, he would have invaded your house. Invade is a bit stronger than intrude.

You invade someone's privacy, but you ask for pardon when you intrude on a conversation some people are having.
Q: What is the difference between invade upon 〜 and invade on 〜 and invade into 〜 ?
A: To be fair, "invade (up) on" is natural, as in "invade (up)on someone's rights."

しかし、invade intoを聞いたことはないと思います。Invade upon とinvade onの違いは、uponの方が硬いです。
Q: What is the difference between invade and intrude ?
A: Invade is a stronger or harsher word. Intrude is usually between people.

US invaded Iraq.
He was invading her space.
She was intruding on his study time.
He felt he was intruding on their meeting and left the room.


Q: What is the difference between invade and encroach ?
A: To invade is to violate the perimeter of something.
To encroach is to approach the perimeter, or to slowly expand from the epicenter of your own area.

Other questions about "Invade"

Q: "invade"を他の語に言い換えるとしたらなんですか?
また、ニュアンスはどのように違いますか?
A: 一般的に、「invade a country」(他国を侵略する)と「invade someone's privacy」(立ち入ったことをする)というニュアンスがあります。ほかにはattackとかはありますが、どんなコンテキストですか?

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