- v.违反（规章等）( infringe的过去式和过去分词 ); 侵犯（某人的权利）; 侵害（某人的自由、权益等）;
Wherever the troops went , they never infringed on the people's interests.
The film exploited his image and infringed his copyright.
They were unwilling to have their interests infringed upon.
This action infringed the constitution.
Sorry to have infringed upon your property - rights.
The legal quality of a rule does not depend on whether it is infringed.
Individuals infringed the law could be fined up to $ 50.
Thus, inadvertently Online Dating vulnerable young people's own interests are infringed.
Joint act of infringers should undertake the joint liability to the infringed.
The publishing house infringed his copyright.
He charged that they had infringed his copyright.
They infringed on her rights.
Article 3 The infringed shall have the right to claim against the tortfeasors for tort liability.
The company's lawful rights and interests are protected by law and shall not be infringed upon.
Who exactly will determine when the spirit has been infringed is a matter for speculation.