Q: unauthorized intrusion とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It sounds like a trespass to me. Means a non-approved entry.


Q: intrusion を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: The robbers continued their intrusion until they cleaned out the house.

Their intrusion into my home is unwanted.
Q: intrusion を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: During the Kavanaugh hearing there was an intrusion of 20 protesters bursting into the room.
Q: intrusion and trspass を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: 定義
1) Intrude (割り込む) - to come or go into a place where you are not wanted or welcome

2) Trespass (侵害する?)- the crime of going on someone's land without permission

1) Intrude:
- He intruded on her privacy
-Reporters do not hesitate
to intrude into people's
- "You seem busy. I don't
want to disturb you so I'll
come back later"

2) Trespass:
- The criminal trespassed
a family's land in order to
rob them
- The boy quietly
trespassed his
neighbour's land in order
to retrieve his ball


Q: intrusion と intrusiveness はどう違いますか?
A: An intrusion is a specific time when someone got into something they shouldn't be in. Intrusiveness is a general quality. Intrusiveness is a propensity to cause intrusion.
Q: intrusion と ingress はどう違いますか?
A: Intrusion: to enter somewhere uninvited. This word usually has negative connotations.
Example: "Please excuse my intrusion" (after walking into a room uninvited).

Ingress: the act of entering/a place of entrance. This word is also negative, but is more scientific or academic.
Example: " stop the ingress of water through the pipes..."

Both intrusion and ingress imply that the subject is not wanted. "Intrusion" is more likely to be used in conversation, while "ingress" sounds more academic. Hope that helps! :)
Q: intrusion と incursion はどう違いますか?
A: Thanks! The both replies is really helpful to me.