- n.侵犯，侵入; 侵害; 成功进入新领域; 进展( inroad的名词复数);
In Italy, as elsewhere, television has made deep inroads into cinema.
We have made inroads into our painting job; we finished the kitchen already.
Their products are already making inroads in these new markets.
The candidate made surprising inroads in the South.
Heavy household chores made inroads upon Jane's health.
These hospital expenses made inroads on my savings.
He was an honest man, oppressed by the inroads of dissent.
Already the children had made considerable inroads on the food.
The long illness made serious inroads upon his savings.
Hospital bills had made deep inroads into her savings.
They tried their best to stay the inroads of a disease.
Repairs to the house had made deep inroads into their savings.
Emerging - market firms are making inroads into European corporate life.
The company is starting to make inroads into the lucrative soft - drinks market.
We must try our best to stay the inroads of the disease.