n. 入侵，侵略; 侵害，侵犯; 侵袭; [医]发病
If there is an invasion of a country, a foreign army enters it by force.
...seven years after the Roman invasion of Britain...
He was commander in chief during the invasion of Panama.
If you refer to the arrival of a large number of people or things as an invasion, you are emphasizing that they are unpleasant or difficult to deal with.
...this year's annual invasion of flies, wasps and ants...
Seaside resorts such as Blackpool and Brighton are preparing for a tourist invasion.
If you describe an action as an invasion, you disapprove of it because it affects someone or something in a way that is not wanted.
Is reading a child's diary always a gross invasion of privacy?
...the first skirmish in the invasion of the British Parliament by Brussels.
1. the act of invading; the act of an army that invades for conquest or plunder
2. any entry into an area not previously occupied;
3. (pathology) the spread of pathogenic microorganisms or malignant cells to new sites in the body;
aggression, invasion, assault, attack, offensive
Watch Tower : Make your pirates feel safe from invasion.
The invasion of Iraq was in violation of the U . N . Charter.
It can facilitate gonococcal invasion of host cell, regulate apoptosis, influence complement and act as adjuvants.
它能促进淋球菌入侵宿主细胞, 调控细胞凋亡, 影响补体激活途径,充当免疫佐剂.
On June 6, 1944, Allied forces launched their largest invasion.
If, at the time , the British had not feared invasion, it would have been completed.