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Incursion Meaning in Bengali

Incursion Meaning in Bengali– বহিরাক্রমণ, শত্রুর অনুপ্রবেশ, হঠাৎ আক্রমণ হানা

Noun. 

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Incursion meaning in bengali : শত্রুর অনুপ্রবেশ, হঠাৎ আক্রমণ হানা, বহিরাক্রমণ

Definition:

  • an invasion or attack, especially a sudden or brief one.
  • a hostile entrance into a territory.
  • an entering in or into (something, such as an activity or undertaking).
  • an occasion when people suddenly involve themselves in another person’s private situation
  • a sudden and unwanted entrance to a place or area controlled by  others, esp. in a military attack

Incursion Synonyms:

invasion, attack on, assault on, raid on, invasion of, influx, flux, inundation, intrusion, storming of, overrunning of, foray into, blitz on, push into, thrust into, descent on, sortie into, sally against/into, advance on/into, richness, inflow, income, wealth, inrush, rush, affluence, stream, profusion, inpouring, flood, ingress.

Antonyms:

defense, resistance, repulsion, submission, effluence, efflux, emigration,  surrender, retreat, outpouring, outflow, exodus, flight

Incursion in a Sentence:

  • After spending the winter in organizing a cavalry force, he made a successful incursion into Lydia in the spring of 395.
  • The incursion of whiteflies into the area could damage crops.
  • Mass media culture has made an incursion into the formerly isolated Karoo.
  • Serious incursions from the colliers occurred in 1727, 1731, 1735 and 1738.
  • Despite having few weapons, the farmers were able to fight off a military incursion from the king’s forces.
  • Does this incursion upon individual liberty without consent serve a worthwhile purpose or rest upon some important principle?
  • Locals regarded it as a provocative incursion.
  • There were repeated marine incursions which brought the occasional marine animals into the fossil assemblages.
  • The serenity of Swedish literature was rudely shaken about 1884 by an incursion of realism and by a stream of novel and violent imaginative impulse.
  • Direct expenditures on legal structure and the policing of unlawful incursions would be a preferable measure, but is not available.
  • They were outraged by our incursion into Cambodia.
  • Without legislative approval, the president cannot announce an overseas incursion.
  • There are diplomatic risks to any Iraqi incursion, according to international relations expert Soli Ozel.
  • Traditional crafts remain remarkably unchanged by the slow incursion of modern ways.
  • The scenic writing hinted at the image of this ideal world by means of various lyrical incursions: a light melody, a sound, a pause, or accent achieved through the lighting.
  • But never before did a single incursion take place, which has serious consequences.
  • The incursion caused no political stir , and was played down by the authorities asas the army.
  • The soldiers’ violent incursion into the city left many people dead.
  • Government forces were able to halt the rebel incursion.
  • The invading troops were ordered to retreat during the deadly incursion.
  • They were shattered by the sudden incursion of a resounding bass voice which broke into song.
  • There was no structural incursion into the cabin space except to some degree in the instrument panel and rudder pedal areas.
  • The rebels made frequent incursions into the area controlled by the government.
  • He described the incursion as the most dangerous development since the end of the war itself.
  • And she thought of her tiny incursion into that life.

Incursion in Cambridge dictionary, Wikipedia

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