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        rùqīn, to invade
        qīnfàn, to infringe on/to encroach on/to violate/to assault
        qīnrù, to make (military) incursions/to invade/to intrude into/to trespass/to gain unau...
        qīnlüè, invasion/encroachment
        qīnshí, [侵蝕], to erode/to corrode
        qīnhài, to encroach on/to infringe on
        qīnxí, [侵襲], to invade/to assail/onslaught
        qīnzhàn, [侵佔], to invade and occupy (territory)
        qīn, to invade/to encroach/to infringe/to approach
        qīnlüèzhě, aggressors/invaders
        qīnquán, [侵權], to infringe the rights of/to violate/infringement
        qīnrǎo, [侵擾], to invade and harass
        qīntūn, to annex/to swallow (up)/to embezzle
        qīnlüèjūn, [侵略軍], invading army
        qīnHuá, [侵華], to invade China (referring to 19th century imperialist powers and Japan)
        bùkěqīnfàn, inviolable/inviolability
        bùkěqīnfànquán, [不可侵犯權], inviolability
        hùbùqīnfàn, non-aggression
        qīnrùjiāzháizhě, housebreaker/burglar
        qīnrùyán, intrusive rock
        qīnrùxìng, invasive (e.g. disease or procedure)
        qīnrùzhě, intruder/invader
        qīnyè, (literary) nightfall/night
        qīnchè, [侵徹], (of a projectile) to penetrate (armor etc)
        qīnjié, to hack (computer)
        qīnjiézhě, cracker (computing)
        qīnchén, towards dawn
        qīnquánxíngwéi, [侵權行為], tort/infringement (of sb's rights)
        qīnlüèzhànzhēng, [侵略戰爭], war of aggression
        qīnshízuòyòng, [侵蝕作用], erosion
        qīnxiàn, intrusion/perimeter breach/(esp.) (of a person or a foreign object) to breach th...
        rùqīnwùzhǒng, [入侵物種], invasive species
        rùqīnzhě, intruder
        xìngqīn, to sexually assault
        xìngqīnhài, sexual assault (law)
        xìngqīnfàn, to assault sexually/to molest
        shénshèngbùkěqīnfàn, [神聖不可侵犯], sacred/inviolable
        bèiqīnhài, stricken

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