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breach of duty

noun [C or U]
 
 
( plural breaches of duty)
LAW a failure to do something that you are legally responsible for: Breach of duty by the company's auditors resulted in a loss of about £13m. The defendant was in breach of duty in failing to reduce the noise levels to which workers had been exposed.
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