[in-troo-siv] /ɪnˈtru sɪv/
tending or apt to intrude; coming without invitation or welcome:
intrusive memories of a lost love.
characterized by or involving intrusion.
intruding; thrusting in.
Phonetics. (def 2).
characterized by intrusion or tending to intrude
(of igneous rocks) formed by intrusion Compare extrusive (sense 2)
(phonetics) relating to or denoting a speech sound that is introduced into a word or piece of connected speech for a phonetic rather than a historical or grammatical reason, such as the (r) often pronounced between idea and of in the idea of it
c.1400, from Latin intrus-, past participle stem of intrudere (see intrusion) + -ive. Related: Intrusively; intrusiveness.
noun, Phonetics. 1. (def 2). noun, Phonetics. 1. the r- sound as reintroduced into an utterance where there is an r in the spelling by speakers of an r- dropping dialect when a postvocalic r they would normally drop, as in the pronunciation of far as [fah] /fɑ/ (Show IPA) becomes intervocalic, as in far […]
- Intrusive rock
noun in geology, magma forced into cavities or cracks of other rocks and crystallized but not reaching the surface; also called plutonic rock , igneous intrusive rock Examples In composition, intrusive rocks include the entire sequence of igneous rock types from the dense and dark ultramafic peridotites to the very light-colored and low-density alkali granites […]
- Intrusive testing
testing Testing that collects timing and processing information during program execution that may change the behaviour of the software from its behavior in a real environment. Intrusive testing usually involves additional code embedded in the software being tested or additional processes running concurrently with software being tested on the same processor. (1996-12-01)
[in-truhst] /ɪnˈtrʌst/ verb (used with object) 1. . /ɪnˈtrʌst/ verb 1. a less common spelling of entrust