obtruding

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present participle of obtrude
obtrude
To jut out, or push forward
obtrude
To impose oneself (or one's opinions) on others; to cut in
obtrude
to be pushed or to push oneself into undue prominence
obtrude
To force oneself or one's thought on others
obtrude
{v} to thrust into, force, impose
obtrude
{f} thrust outward; force (oneself or one's opinion on others); interrupt; invade
obtrude
thrust oneself in as if by force; "The colors don't intrude on the viewer"
obtrude
When something obtrudes or when you obtrude it, it becomes noticeable in an undesirable way. A 40 watt bulb would be quite sufficient and would not obtrude Gertrude now clearly felt that she had obtruded her sorrow He didn't want to obtrude on her privacy. if something obtrudes, or you obtrude something, it becomes noticeable where it is not wanted intrude (obtrudere )
obtrude
push to thrust outward
obtrude
To thrust impertinently; to present without warrant or solicitation; as, to obtrude one's self upon a company
obtrude
To impose oneself (or ones opinions) on others; to cut in
obtrude
To thrust one's self upon a company or upon attention; to intrude
obtrude
To offer with unreasonable importunity; to urge unduly or against the will
obtruding

    Silbentrennung

    ob·trud·ing

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ &b-'trüd, äb- ] (verb.) circa 1609. Latin obtrudere to thrust at, from ob- in the way + trudere to thrust; more at OB-, THREAT.

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