Translation of incursion in Spanish:

incursion

incursión, n.

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈkərʒən//ɪnˈkəːʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    incursión feminine
    to make incursions into sth hacer incursiones en algo
    • As such, despite our physical isolation, we are at constant risk from incursions by exotic pests and diseases.
    • Talk of invasions and incursions are rife at the moment and in Westport there is a similar discussion taking place.
    • The battalion has had an active tour and in February reacted to an incursion by an armed group from West Timor.
    • For their militant incursion, the police were received with hurled stones and were chased down the streets.
    • His research focuses on why U.S. citizens do or do not support military incursions into foreign states.
    • In case there is an incursion into our territories, we have to repel such attacks.
    • The tanks patrol a road used by the army for incursions into the camp and the activists wanted to set up a protest tent on the road to block them.
    • The incursion was the second to take place in the city in a week.
    • It said no soldiers were injured in the incursion and the troops withdrew at the end of the operation.
    • There will be nothing to stop its military incursions against its powerless neighbour whenever it sees fit to do so.
    • He says there have been sporadic firefights and some tank incursions all morning.
    • Use this form to report any illegal incursions, damage to trails, or sections which have been closed by the landowners.
    • What is new is that this war has no end in sight, and only a vaguely defined enemy, so its incursions are likely to be permanent.
    • Or the counter-argument that the bugs are simply responding to human incursions into their territory.
    • Far from being a pushover, the Company, angered by repeated border incursions, struck back vigorously by declaring war.
    • No doubt there are endless combinations of bombing campaigns and military incursions on the Pentagon's drawing board.
    • When it became apparent that India was not going to attack, the cross-border incursions quickly rose again.
    • Foreign peace activists have set up protest camps to try to block military incursions.
    • The county remained royalist territory but suffered from raids and incursions.
    • This enables NGOs to liaise with the army during incursions and curfews to ensure the safe passage of staff and patients.