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trespass

noun [C or U] (BREAK LAW) 违法     /ˈtres.pəs/ US  /-pæs/
the crime of going onto someone's land or entering their building without permission 擅自进入,侵入(他人土地或建筑物) the law of trespass 违反法律 Crime - general words
Translations of “trespass”
in Chinese (Traditional) 違法, 擅自進入,侵入(他人土地或建築物)…
(Definition of trespass noun (BREAK LAW) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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