- n.违反，破坏; 破裂，缺口
- v.违反，破坏; 突破，攻破
- 复数: breaches;
- 第三人称单数: breaches;
- 过去式: breached;
- 过去分词: breached;
- 现在分词: breaching;
He was arrested and charged with breach of the peace.
Thanks for stepping into the breach last week.
The company accused him of breaching his contract.
The storm had breached the sea wall in two places.
We regard the publication of this information as a serious breach of trust.
There had been a major breach of security at the airbase.
a breach in Franco-German relations
They escaped through a breach in the wire fence.
The government is accused of breaching the terms of the treaty.
The dam had been breached.
a breach of confidence/trust
a breach of security (= when sth that is normally protected is no longer secure)
a breach of contract/copyright/warranty
They are in breach of Article 119.
(British English)(a) breach of the peace (= the crime of behaving in a noisy or violent way in public)
I was persuaded to step into the breach temporarily when they became too ill to continue.
The bomber had breached security by hurling his dynamite from a roof overlooking the building.
...a $1 billion breach of contract suit.
Their actions threatened a serious breach in relations between the two countries.
...the breach between Tito and Stalin.
The limestone is sufficiently fissured for tree roots to have breached the roof of the cave...
Fire may have breached the cargo tanks and set the oil ablaze.
The congressman was accused of a breach of secrecy rules.
The film breached the criminal libel laws.
The newspaper breached the code of conduct on privacy...
There is a breach in the wall.
The three demonstrators were fined 50 dollars each for breach of the peace.
Copying someone else's homework a serious breach of ethics and be handled by Committee on Discipline.
The company was accused of breach of contract.
The papers were uncovered by opposition politicians appear to be a blatant breach of electoral law.
Broadly, the deal provides a mechanism for Google to compensate authors and publishers whose rights it has breached (including giving them a share of any future revenue it generates from their works).
1. a failure to perform some promised act or obligation
2. an opening (especially a gap in a dike or fortification)
3. a personal or social separation (as between opposing factions);
"they hoped to avoid a break in relations"
1. act in disregard of laws and rules;
"offend all laws of humanity"
"violate the basic laws or human civilization"
"break a law"
2. make an opening or gap in
breach of the peace
an act of violent or noisy behaviour that causes a public disturbance and is considered a criminal offence
breach of promise
the action of breaking a sworn assurance to do something, formerly especially marry someone
step into the breach
replace someone who is suddenly unable to do a job or task