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Translation of "violate" - English-Spanish dictionary

violate

verb   /ˈvaɪə.leɪt/
A to break or act against something, especially a law, agreement, principle, or something that should be treated with respect violar They were charged with violating federal law. It seems that the troops deliberately violated the ceasefire agreement. The doctor has been accused of violating professional ethics.2104
A 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 violar The fishermen claimed that ships from another country had violated their territorial waters. Questions of this kind violate my privacy and I am not willing to answer them.2104
formal to rape someone violar She said that she had been treated so roughly by the hospital staff that she felt violated.39
violator noun   /-leɪ.tər/
(Definition of violate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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