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trespass

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈtrespəs/ LAW
the act of going onto land or entering a building without the owner's permission: If you enter oil refinery land, you can be arrested for trespass.
Translations of “trespass”
in Chinese (Traditional) 違法, 擅自進入,侵入(他人土地或建築物)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 违法, 擅自进入,侵入(他人土地或建筑物)…
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