Intrude - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- search or inquire in a meddlesome way (syn: horn in, nose, poke, pry)
- thrust oneself in as if by force (syn: obtrude)
Excuse me, sir. I don't mean to intrude, but you have a phone call.
Would I be intruding if I came along with you?
The plane intruded into their airspace.
Reporters constantly intruded into the couple's private life.
He didn't want to intrude upon their conversation.
The angry patient intruded into the doctor's office.
I never intruded upon him.
The air had intruded itself between the separated surfaces.
Would I be intruding if I came with you?
Employers should not intrude into the private lives of their employees.
It is to be hoped that TV cameras never intrude on this peaceful place.
They intruded on our dinner party
The colors don't intrude on the viewer
present participle: intruding
past tense: intruded
past participle: intruded