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The etymological path of intruder starts in intrudere, which can be translated as "Introduce the force" . Saying word derived in intrusus In medieval Latin.

Ours language the term came as intruder : this is how who enters somewhere without permission or authorization . An intruder, therefore, violates a right.

For example: "A man shot an intruder who had entered his home with a shot to steal", "The guard discovered an intruder in the company through security cameras, but when he went to look for him he had already escaped from the roof", "I think I have an intruder on my computer".

He crime from address violation It is committed by an intruder. In this case, the subject enters a property without the consent of its owner.

Suppose a woman , upon entering his home, he meets an intruder in the dining room. When discovered, the intruder pushes the hostess and runs out the door. The individual, in his intrusion, may have committed other crimes (such as a robbery or a threat).

"Intruder" , on the other hand, is the title of a Spanish film released in 1993 whose director was Vicente Aranda , while "Intruders" is a book of the American Budd Hopkins, whose original title is "Intruders" .

“Intruders in the show” Finally, it is the name of an Argentine TV show. Since 2001, it is issued through America TV with the driving of the journalist Jorge Rial .

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