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From Latin invādō, invādere (“enter, invade”).
- (transitive) To move into.
- Under some circumstances police are allowed to invade a person's privacy.
- (transitive) To enter by force in order to conquer.
- Argentinian troops invaded the Falkland Islands in 1982.
- 2012 April 26, Tasha Robinson, “Film: Reviews: The Pirates! Band Of Misfits :”, The Onion AV Club:
- When a typical gaffe has him invading the Beagle and trying to rob Charles Darwin (David Tennant), he learns that his beloved “parrot” Polly is actually a dodo bird.
- (transitive) To infest or overrun.
- The picnic was invaded by ants.
Related terms 
to move into
to enter by force in order to conquer
to infest or overrun
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- second-person singular present active imperative of invādō
invade (infinitive invadir)