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Translation of "violate" - English-Spanish dictionary

violate

verb /ˈvaiəˌleit/
(formal) to do something against a law or an agreement violar The UK has been accused of violating international law. (formal ) to fail to respect someone’s rights, privacy etc violar Their rights to live in peace had been violated. (formal) to damage or disrespect a holy place transgredir The Roman army came and violated the temple. (literary, old-fashioned) to rape someone. violar violation noun violación a gross violation of human rights. violator noun infractor; violador persistent violators of the law.
(Definition of violate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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