Sinónimos de inglés

Sinónimos de breach

(verbo) 
Definition
to break (a promise, law, etc.)
The film breached the criminal libel laws.
Sinónimos
break
We didn't know we were breaking the law.
,
violate
They violated the ceasefire agreement.
,
go against
, ,
infringe
The film exploited his image and infringed his copyright.
,
contravene (formal)
He said the article did not contravene the industry's code of conduct.
,
disobey
He was forever disobeying the rules.
,
fly in the face of
,
transgress
He had transgressed the boundaries of good taste.
,
fail to comply with
(verbo) 
Definition
to break through or make an opening or hole in
Fire may have breached the cargo tanks and set the oil ablaze.
Sinónimos
break through
, ,
rupture
an accident which ruptured the bond between them
,
burst through
(sustantivo) 
Definition
a breaking of a promise, obligation, etc.
The congressman was accused of a breach of secrecy laws.
Sinónimos
nonobservance
, ,
violation
This is a flagrant violation of state law.
,
infringement
infringement of privacy
,
trespass
Forgive us our trespasses.
,
disobedience
Any further disobedience will be severely punished.
,
transgression
tales of the candidate's alleged past transgressions
,
contravention
They are in direct contravention of the law.
,
infraction
Another infraction would mean a stint in a probation centre.
,
noncompliance
Antónimos
,
honouring
, , , , ,
adherence to
(sustantivo) 
Definition
any serious disagreement or separation
the breach between Tito and Stalin
Sinónimos
disagreement
My instructor and I had a brief disagreement.
,
difference
They are learning how to resolve their differences.
,
division
the division between the prosperous west and the impoverished east
,
separation
a permanent separation from his son
,
falling-out (informal)
,
quarrel
I had a terrible quarrel with my other brothers.
,
alienation
Her sense of alienation from the world disappeared.
,
variance
the variances in the stock price
,
severance
,
disaffection
evidence of the people's disaffection with their leaders
,
schism
The church seems to be on the brink of schism.
,
parting of the ways
,
estrangement
The quarrel marked the beginning of a 20-year estrangement.
,
dissension
a great deal of dissension within the armed forces
(sustantivo) 
Definition
a crack, break, or gap
A large battering ram hammered a breach in the wall.
Sinónimos
opening
He squeezed through an opening in the fence.
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crack
She watched him though a crack in the curtains.
,
break
a break in the earth's surface
,
hole
They got in through a hole in the wall.
kids with holes in the knees of their jeans
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split
The seat had a few small splits around the corners.
,
gap
the wind tearing through gaps in the window frames
,
rent
welling up from a rent in the ground
,
rift
In the open bog are many rifts and potholes.
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rupture
ruptures in a 60-mile pipeline on the island
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aperture
Through the aperture he could see daylight.
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chasm
The chasm was deep and its sides almost vertical.
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cleft
a narrow cleft in the rocks too small for a human to squeeze through
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fissure
There was a great crack, and a fissure opened up.
see breech

Citas

Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more [William ShakespeareHenry V]

Otros sinónimos

in the sense of alienation
Her sense of alienation from the world disappeared.
Sinónimos
setting against,
turning away,
breaking off,
remoteness
in the sense of aperture
Definition
a hole or opening
Through the aperture he could see daylight.
Sinónimos
in the sense of chasm
Definition
a very deep crack in the ground
The chasm was deep and its sides almost vertical.

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