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British pronunciation/ɛnkɹˈəʊtʃ ˈɒn/
American pronunciation/ɛnkɹˈoʊtʃ ˈɑːn/
to encroach on
[phrase form: encroach]
01

to gradually invade a particular area, exceeding established boundaries

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to ignore or violate the entitled freedoms or privileges of individuals or groups

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The neighbor's fence encroached on our backyard, leaving us with less room for gardening.
The expanding shopping mall started to encroach on the peaceful park, reducing the green space available to the community.
The company's aggressive marketing strategy was encroaching on the market share of its competitors.
The company's expansion plans gradually encroach on the outskirts of the town, prompting discussions about urban development.
The noisy neighbors are encroaching on our privacy by playing loud music late at night.
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