Translation of intrude in Spanish:
- 1 (disturb)(interfere) inmiscuirseI hope I'm not intruding
meterseno quisiera importunar or molestarI wouldn't dream of intruding where I'm not wantednunca se me ocurriría meterme or inmiscuirme donde no me llamanthe noise intruded even into the furthest recesses of the houseel ruido penetraba or se infiltraba hasta el último rincón de la casato intrude
onsomebodyimportunar or molestar a alguiento intrude onsomethingI didn't want to intrude on her griefno quise importunarla en su dolorto intrude on somebody's privacyinmiscuirse or meterse en la vida privada de alguienExample sentences
- The documentary-style of the movie also lends it a necessarily gritty look, so that viewers almost feel as though they are intruding on a real life situation.
- And if it doesn't give you a feeling of empathy and some sense of guilt about intruding on the suffering of others, why are you not ashamed of your self-flattering belief that you are an artist?
- Hope we are not intruding on your Super wife as we are writing this letter as a Super joke really, but we would love you to write to us.
- There are some wood panels, which may not be to everyone's taste, but overall the use of plastics leathers and metals is subtle enough not to intrude on the general effect of an elegant ambiance.
- They did not want the real effects of the war to intrude on the reality-TV version being broadcast to the public.
- Here balances tend to be off kilter in a few places: listen, for example, to the brawny horn intrude on the lovely alternate theme in the first movement.
- 2 (Geology)(rock/magma)
- Clastic dykes do not exclusively intrude sediments; they also intrude granitic rock and mafic sills and are associated with lava flows in volcanic environments.
- Numerous undated granitic and dioritic plutons intrude the Palaeozoic rocks and form large areas of Karlik Tagh and Barkol Tagh.
- They intrude Upper Carboniferous host rocks (Westphalian B-C), but do not penetrate the Permian units.
- Upper Jurassic Fossil Bluff Group rocks are intruded by coeval, minor alkaline basaltic rocks.
- During the middle to late Tertiary Period, dikes, sills, and small irregular bodies of mafic to silicic igneous material were intruded into the bedded sedimentary and volcanic rocks.
- Nielsen, however, found no evidence for major faults and suggested that the igneous rocks had been intruded into and extruded onto the sedimentary units contemporaneously with basin development.
- 1 [formal or literary]to intrude something
onsomebody(problems)excuse me for intruding a pessimistic note into the discussion
importunar a alguien
conalgodiscúlpenme por introducir una nota de pesimismo en la discusiónExample sentences
- I would not wittingly have intruded my poor presence upon such a gallant company.
- Somehow Hamilton intruded torso between shot and net and the ball spun past.
- Any attempt by the Labour mafia to intrude a political crony or some ‘socially inclusive’ candidate into the specialist, highly sophisticated milieu of the National Galleries would be an outrage.
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