- n. 闯入者；（为私利）干涉他人事务者；无执照营业者
- interloper:  An interloper is literally someone who ‘runs between’. The word was coined in English, but based on Dutch loper, a derivative of lopen ‘run’ (to which English leap is related). It originally denoted someone who engaged in trade without authorization, and only in the 17th century took on its present-day meaning ‘interfering outsider’.
- interloper (n.)
- 1590s, enterloper, "unauthorized trader trespassing on privileges of chartered companies," probably a hybrid from inter- "between" + -loper (from landloper "vagabond, adventurer," also, according to Johnson, "a term of reproach used by seamen of those who pass their lives on shore"); perhaps a dialectal form of leap, or from Middle Dutch loper "runner, rover," from lopen "to run," from Proto-Germanic *hlaupan "to leap" (see leap (v.)). General sense of "self-interested intruder" is from 1630s.
- 1. She felt like an interloper in her own family.
- 2. In the constituencies of Great Britain she was still an interloper - cold, affected, and unacceptably right wing.
- 在大不列颠国内的各选区,人们仍然把她视为半路闯出来的陌生人 —— 一个冷漠, 矫揉造作的极右派.
- 3. Both creatures shrunk back into the rocks, even though Judith's attention was fixed on the interloper.
- 4. Pauline is conniving interloper, befriending the lonely wife while the husband is busy working.
- 宝琳则是默认的第三者, 在丈夫忙于工作时照顾那位孤独的妻子.
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