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intrude into something

to get involved in something that is someone else's business. I don't want to intrude into your affairs, but I see that you're short of money. Please don't intrude into this matter.
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intrude oneself into something

to work oneself into some matter that is someone else's business. I hate to intrude myself into your conversation, but don't I know you? Please do not intrude yourself into this matter.
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intrude (up)on someone or something

to encroach on someone or something or matters that concern only someone or something. (Upon is formal and less commonly used than on.) I didn't mean to intrude upon you. Please don't intrude on our meeting. Please wait outside.
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The drone intruded 60 meters into the Pakistani side and crashed near the Aagahi post around 4:45pm, then ISPR spokesperson Gen Asim Bajwa posted on Twitter.
It may be recalled that Chinese troops intruded into Depsang, Ladakh, in April this year and created tension in the region before withdrawing after 21 days.
Malaysian authorities said in a statement late Wednesday that a group of armed foreigners had intruded into Lahad Datu on Tuesday.
Palestinian sources reported that two Israeli bulldozers escorted by five tanks maneuvered from military camps overlooking the city's eastern outskirts into Melika district perimeter and intruded late last night for an interval of three hundred meters into Palestinian lands, bulldozed them amidst sluggish firing targeting nearby farmlands and houses, but no casualties amongst citizens have been reported so far.
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His arrest had drawn harsh condemnation from Jerusalem Bishop Riah Abu El-Assal, who said the police had intruded into sacred space.
It was a rich if insular existence, but modernity intruded.
Raphael Academy intruded "into the home and off-campus life" of 15-year-old Russell Gorman III by ordering him to cut his long blond hair.
She speculates that one of the bigger, more dominant males in a herd may have intruded on a subordinate with a female.
com, which announced the measure's defeat, said most Presbyterians oppose same-sex rituals, but the proposal lost because those voting felt it intruded too much on the powers of local clergy and congregations.
Whatever conflicts the situation produced, the Angels insist that none of it intruded on their heavenly solidarity.
But this time, in an ironic turn of the screw, politics intruded on the art itself.
But to live in commitment is to be intruded upon at times.
As atrocities intruded on Chin's personal life, so they do on Komunyakaa's: "Last night/while making love/I cried out/|Hit the dirt
Butterfield's source material itself bespeaks Big Sky Country: forgotten and discarded bits of metallic flotsam that originally intruded onto sylvan plains are now rehabilitated as art.