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in·va·sion / inˈvāzhən/ • n. an instance of invading a country or region with an armed force: the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia | in 1546 England had to be defended from invasion. ∎  an incursion by a large number of people or things into a place or sphere of activity: stadium guards are preparing for another invasion of fans. ∎  an unwelcome intrusion into another's domain: random drug testing of employees is an unwarranted invasion of privacy. ∎  the infestation of a body by harmful organisms: a bacterial invasion.

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invasion

invasion (in-vay-zhŏn) n.
1. the onset of a disease.

2. the entry of bacteria into the body.

3. the destruction of healthy tissue by a malignant tumour.

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