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breach

US [britʃ]
UK [briːtʃ]
  • v.违反;违背;在…上打开缺口
  • n.突破口;破坏;缺口;(对法规等的)违背
  • Web破裂;裂口;违约
Plural Form:breaches  Present Participle:breaching  Past Tense:breached  
breach
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n.
1.
[c][u]
~ of sth
(对法规等的)违背,违犯a failure to do sth that must be done by law
a breach of contract/copyright/warranty
违约;侵犯版权;违反保证
They are in breach of Article 119.
他们违犯了第 119 条。
(a) breach of the peace(= the crime of behaving in a noisy or violent way in public)
扰乱治安
2.
[c][u]
~ of sth
破坏;辜负an action that breaks an agreement to behave in a particular way
a breach of confidence/trust
泄密;背信
a breach of security(= when sth that is normally protected is no longer secure)
破坏安全
3.
[c]
(关系)中断,终止a break in a relationship between people or countries
a breach in Franco-German relations
法德关系的破裂
4.
[c]
突破口;缺口;窟窿an opening that is created during a military attack or by strong winds or seas
They escaped through a breach in the wire fence.
他们从铁丝网上的一个缺口逃走了。
v.
1.
~ sth
违反;违背to not keep to an agreement or not keep a promise
The government is accused of breaching the terms of the treaty.
政府被控违反条约中的规定。
2.
~ sth
在…上打开缺口to make a hole in a wall, fence, etc. so that sb/sth can go through it
The dam had been breached.
大坝决口了。

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