Translation of intrude in Spanish:

intrude

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈtruːd/

vi

  • 1 (disturb) importunar, molestar; (interfere) inmiscuirse*, meterse I hope I'm not intruding no quisiera importunar or molestar I wouldn't dream of intruding where I'm not wanted nunca se me ocurriría meterme or inmiscuirme donde no me llaman the noise intruded even into the furthest recesses of the house el ruido penetraba or se infiltraba hasta el último rincón de la casa to intrude on sb importunar or molestar a algnto intrude on sth I didn't want to intrude on her grief no quise importunarla en su dolor to intrude on sb's privacy inmiscuirse* or meterse en la vida privada de algn

vt

  • 1 [frml or liter] to intrude sth on sb [problems] importunar a algn con algo excuse me for intruding a pessimistic note into the discussion discúlpenme por introducir una nota de pesimismo en la discusión
  • 2 [Geol] hacer* penetrar

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