transitive verb in·ter·trude \ˌintə(r)‧ˈtrüd\

Definition of intertrude


  1. :  to bring in intrusively :  interpolate

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Origin and Etymology of intertrude

Late Latin intertrudere, from Latin inter- + trudere to thrust, push — more at threat

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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