Etymology:[ in-'vAd ] (transitive verb.) 15th century. From Latin in-, "in", "into", + vādō, "I go", "I rush".
Synonyms:access, assail, assault, breach, burglarize, burst in, crash, descend upon, entrench, fall on, foray, go in, infect, infest, infringe, inroad, interfere, loot, make inroads, maraud
Antonyms:leave alone, surrender, yield
Tenses:invades, invading, invaded
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