- adj.闯入的，打扰的; 侵入的
In Excel 12 , we've redesigned the formula bar to be both flexible and less intrusive.
There are four main types of viruses: shell, intrusive, operating system and code.
有四种类型的病毒程序: 外壳型 、 入侵型 、 操作系统型和源码型.
Thus the intrusive igneous rocks usually have a coarse texture.
A batholith has been defined as a huge intrusive mass of granitic rock.
Temperature taking is intrusive and will upset the child.
The people are warm and courteous but not intrusive.
Legend of here before there is a small Bailong Hing wind always be arbitrary , intrusive disturbing.
Operating with intrusive containers doesn't invoke any memory management at all.
The rock mass produced by an intrusive process.
But can the careful research before restoring work totally agree with the intrusive action made later?
但是真正在进行修复动作前的调查及规划工作能否与后面这一段侵入式的修复行为契合 呢 ?
Intrusive service is what Americans prefer.
The constant presence of the media was very intrusive.
On this occasion the press have not been intrusive and they have shown great tact.
Staff are courteous but never intrusive.
The cameras were not an intrusive presence.
She didn't hesitate to tell intrusive photographers to "naff off".
The new measures are aimed at cutting back on intrusive telephone solicitations.
1. tending to intrude (especially upon privacy);
"she felt her presence there was intrusive"
2. of rock material; forced while molten into cracks between layers of other rock
3. thrusting inward;
"an intrusive arm of the sea"