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Translation of "violate" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

violate

verb [T]     /ˈvaɪə.leɪt/
to break or act against something, especially a law, agreement, principle or something that should be treated with respect 違反,違背,違犯(尤指法律、協議、原則等) They were charged with violating federal law. 他們被控違犯了聯邦法律。 It seems that the planes deliberately violated the cease-fire agreement. 那些飛機似乎是故意違反停火協議。 The doctor has been accused of violating professional ethics. 那名醫生被控違反了職業道德。 Obeying and breaking the lawObedient and compliantDisobedientBad and wrong behaviour to go, especially forcefully, into a place or situation which should be treated with respect and in which you are not wanted or not expected to be 侵犯;打擾 The fishermen claimed that ships from another country had violated their territorial waters. 那些漁民宣稱另一個國家的船隻侵犯了他們的水域。 Questions of this kind violate my privacy and I am not willing to answer them. 這種問題侵犯了我的隱私,我拒絕回答。 Obeying and breaking the lawObedient and compliantDisobedientBad and wrong behaviour formal to rape someone 強暴;強姦 She said that she had been treated so roughly by the hospital staff that she felt violated. 她說醫護人員待她非常粗暴,她感覺受到了侮辱。 Physical and sexual assault and abductionSexual activity in general violator     /ˈvaɪə.leɪ.tər/ US  // noun [C] Criminals - general words
(Definition of violate from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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