Translation of intrusive in Spanish:

intrusive

molesto, adj.

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈtruːsɪv//ɪnˈtrusɪv/

adjective

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    • 1.1

      (smell/noise) molesto
      • Hardly anyone responded, put off by either the slightly intrusive questions or perhaps my impatient demand for a quick response.
      • The telephone is a relatively intrusive technology, interrupting you from what you are doing and demanding attention.
      • I am satisfied that this is the least disruptive and intrusive order I can make that is consistent with the child's best interests.
      • And with the average person reading up to 60 e-mails a day, this junk can easily become both intrusive and invasive.
      • It would give them a leg up in the intrusive, annoying advertising world - which is an unsustainable model.
      • There would be nothing more intrusive and irritating than watching someone compulsively flick between channels at a distance (except perhaps being in the room with them as they did so).
      • Without some intrusive interventions to disrupt patterns of homicides, population trends alone are likely to spur some growth in murder tolls.
      • It is intrusive and disruptive and can have lasting effects on people.
      • Journalism is inherently intrusive and invasive.
      • And don't the powers that be realize the the more annoying and intrusive the ads are, the less we're going to want to look at them?
      • The pictures are gentle in that they are not intrusive, even in intimate or chaotic moments.
      • First of all, there were those annoying, intrusive phone calls.
      • Did she not realise that the cost of being an actor is to burn forever in the limelight of intrusive media questioning?
      • But the most intrusive questions come on departure.
      • I myself am very low-risk, but I resent intrusive questions when they are unnecessary.
      • With each intrusive question, I became more stoic and stiff.
      • Her tone's informal, friendly and modest, even when she's fending off unwanted or intrusive questions - of which there prove to be several.
      • There are no recriminations, no judgement, no intrusive questions.
      • I've been trying to find out what these questions might be; I expect them to be annoyingly intrusive.
      • At worst, television advertising is irritating, but rarely intrusive…

    • 1.2

      (questioning/reporter) impertinente
      (reporter/questioning) indiscreto
      (neighbor) entrometido

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    Geology
    intrusivo
    • Variably serpentinized Devonian mafic and ultramafic intrusive rocks occur in the western and northern parts of the map area.
    • The early Permian rifting in the North Atlantic involved siliciclastic sedimentation in extensional basins and widespread extrusive and intrusive magmatic activity.
    • In addition, a number of intrusive centres, lava flows and dykes crop out in the NW corner of the island (close to Cap St. Andre).
    • The mafic sheets have not contributed at all to the felsic volcanic-derived volcaniclastic breccias, thus supporting an intrusive origin for the mafic volcanic rocks.
    • The field-based studies were supplemented by thin-section petrography and whole-rock geochemistry to characterize different intrusive phases.
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    Linguistics
    (sound/consonant) de apoyo