Breach of rules

Breach of rules
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  • breach — breach1 W3 [bri:tʃ] n [: Old English; Origin: bryce] 1.) [U and C] an action that breaks a law, rule, or agreement breach of ▪ This was a clear breach of the 1994 Trade Agreement. ▪ They sued the company for breach of contract . ▪ a breach of… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • breach — /britʃ / (say breech) noun 1. the act or result of breaking; a break or rupture. 2. a gap made in a wall, dyke, fortification, etc.; rift; fissure. 3. an infraction or violation, as of law, trust, faith, promise, etc. 4. a severance of friendly… …  

  • breach — / brēch/ n 1 a: a violation in the performance of or a failure to perform an obligation created by a promise, duty, or law without excuse or justification breach of duty: a breach of a duty esp. by a fiduciary (as an agent or corporate officer)… …   Law dictionary

  • breach — n 1 Breach, infraction, violation, transgression, trespass, infringement, contravention are comparable when denoting the act or the offense of one who fails to keep the law or to do what the law, one s duty, or an obligation requires. Breach… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • breach — 1 noun 1 breach of the law/rules/agreement etc an action that breaks a law, rule, or agreement between people, groups, or countries: a clear breach of the 1994 Trade Agreement | be in breach of sth: We will expel any member found to be in breach… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • breach — ▪ I. breach breach 1 [briːtʆ] noun 1. [countable, uncountable] LAW an action that breaks an agreement, rule, law etc: • The company wrote a letter of apology to the Israeli government, saying that any breach of the rules was unintentional. • They …   Financial and business terms

  • breach — breacher, n. /breech/, n. 1. the act or a result of breaking; break or rupture. 2. an infraction or violation, as of a law, trust, faith, or promise. 3. a gap made in a wall, fortification, line of soldiers, etc.; rift; fissure. 4. a severance of …   Universalium

  • breach — I UK [briːtʃ] / US [brɪtʃ] noun [countable] Word forms breach : singular breach plural breaches ** 1) a failure to follow a law or rule breach of: Reproduction of the CD constitutes a breach of copyright. be in breach of something: The company… …   English dictionary

  • breach — breach1 [ britʃ ] noun count ** 1. ) a failure to follow a law or rule: breach of: Reproduction of the CD constitutes a breach of copyright. be in breach of something: The company was found to be in breach of environmental regulations. a ) a… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • breach — [[t]bri͟ːtʃ[/t]] breaches, breaching, breached 1) VERB If you breach an agreement, a law, or a promise, you break it. [V n] The newspaper breached the code of conduct on privacy... [V n] The film breached the criminal libel laws. Syn: violate …   English dictionary

  • breach — {{11}}breach (n.) O.E. bryce breach, fracture, a breaking, from brecan (see BREAK (Cf. break)), influenced by O.Fr. breche breach, opening, gap, from Frankish; both from P.Gmc. *brecho, *bræko broken, from PIE root *bhreg to break (see FRACTION… …   Etymology dictionary

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