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Sentence count:36Posted:2016-11-08Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: attackforayinvasionraidSimilar words: roadbroadabroadon the roadbroadlyrailroadbroadcasttake the roadMeaning: ['ɪnrəʊd]  n. 1. an encroachment or intrusion 2. an invasion or hostile attack. 
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1 Hospital bills had made deep inroads into her savings.
2 Heavy household chores made inroads upon Jane's health.
3 Video is making huge inroads into attendance figures at movie theaters .
4 The candidate made surprising inroads in the South.
5 They have made significant inroads into the European market.
6 We must try our best to stay the inroads of the disease.
7 Their products are already making inroads in these new markets.
8 The administrative workload is making massive inroads into our working day .
9 Repairs to the house had made deep inroads into their savings.
10 The government is definitely making inroads into the problem of unemployment.
11 Tax rises have made some inroads into the country's national debt.
12 Already the children had made considerable inroads on the food.
13 Doctors are making great inroads in the fight against cancer.
14 This deal is their first major inroad into the American market.
15 By the 1950s[],[] television had made great inroads into the territory of the news magazines.
16 In Italy, as elsewhere, television has made deep inroads into cinema.
17 We have made inroads into our painting job;we finished the kitchen already.
18 We haven't made much of an inroad into the backlog of work.
19 In real world, off-the-peg law protects the inroad that the manufacturer prevents this kind to get.
20 It is meant as a kiddy-pool inroad into the world of ethnomusicological research, limited to 3-4 weeks.
21 A general right of accession would have created a major inroad into the continuing bilateralism of even multilateral treaties.
22 Any kind of ranching, logging or building provides a ready-made inroad for the farmers to penetrate the most inaccessible parts.
23 The focus of interest here is the extent to which the building societies are likely to make inroads into traditional banking business.
24 His frozen-food business would be a ripe target for a company looking to make an inroad into ethnic foods.
25 Whilst this message is being given there has been some inroad in the governmental sectors.
26 What I'm saying is that we all matter, and it's my job to be a humanist and look at it from that point of view, and find the inroad .
27 Tricyclazole mostly control spore bourgeon and restrain accrete-spore formed, thereby effectively prevent germina inroad and reduce piricularia leaf spot of rice produce spore.
28 This article is based on the material balance equation and the no fixed water inroad equation, educe the equation of the no water recovery and the water coming time.
29 In the seriously and medially burnt larch and scotch pine stand, the secondary insects inroad more quickly and the damage rate and insect population density are all higher.
30 Aside from any potential "home field" advantage in the Asia-Pacific region, Ryanair's relationship could add an inroad and extend Comac's influence in the European market.
More similar words: roadbroadabroadon the roadbroadlyrailroadbroadcasttake the roadat home and abroadenrollsun rosein returnin regard toin return forin relation toloadunloadroasta load ofthroatapproachproactiveroast beef
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