Variant of invade
- to enter forcibly or hostilely; come into as an enemy
- to crowd into; throng: tourists invading the beaches
- to intrude upon; infringe; violate: to invade someone's privacy
- to enter and spread through with harmful effects: a body invaded by disease
Origin: Middle English invaden from Classical Latin invadere from in-, inch(es) plush vadere, to come, go: see wade
- invader noun
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