1.the act of invading
the act of an army that invades for conquest or plunder
2.(pathology) the spread of pathogenic microorganisms or malignant cells to new sites in the body
e.g. the tumor'sinvasion of surrounding structures
3.any entry into an area not previously occupied
e.g. aninvasion of tourists
aninvasion of locusts
If there is aninvasion of a country, a foreign army enters it by force.
e.g. ...seven years after the Romaninvasion of Britain...
e.g. He was commander in chief during theinvasion of Panama.
If you refer to the arrival of a large number of people or things as aninvasion, you are emphasizing that they are unpleasant or difficult to deal with.
e.g. ...this year's annualinvasion of flies, wasps and ants...
e.g. Seaside resorts such as Blackpool and Brighton are preparing for a touristinvasion.
If you describe an action as aninvasion, you disapprove of it because it affects someone or something in a way that is not wanted.
e.g. Is reading a child's diary always a grossinvasion of privacy?
e.g. ...the first skirmish in theinvasion of the British Parliament by Brussels.
1. 侵犯：凝血剂(procoagulant)物质抗原性(Antigenically)与怀孕相同滋养母细胞(trophoblast)增生核 DNA 雄性激素地衍生(androgenically derived)部分葡萄胎 局部滋养母细胞(trophoblast)增生部分葡萄胎 侵犯(invasion)的发生率低原则上(
A whole world..going under in a chaos of barbarian invasions.出自：J. M. Roberts