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Sentence count:54+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-01Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: breakoversteptrespassviolateSimilar words: in front ofinfrastructurefingersingerringbringring outring upMeaning: [ɪn'frɪndʒ]  v. 1. go against, as of rules and laws 2. advance beyond the usual limit. 
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1. He occasionally infringe the law by parking near a junction.
2. Two of the projects are deemed to infringe EU legislation.
3. UK plans were deemed to infringe EU law.
4. It's starting to infringe on our personal liberties.
5. People fear that security cameras could infringe personal liberties.
6. These restrictions infringe upon basic human rights.
7. They said that compulsory identity cards would infringe civil liberties.
8. They rob us, they infringe our rights, they kill us.
9. N. supervision on grounds they infringe on its sovereignty.
10. Such actions did not infringe the Corrupt Practice Acts but they did make them virtually inoperative.
11. The Heinen letter claims' Latitude appears to specifically infringe Apple's patents and copyrights.
12. They did not want the new managers to infringe on their job as doer with primary responsibility for the task.
13. It suggested that second marriages would substantially infringe the rights of inheritance of the members of the first family.
14. Such as: does CP 21 infringe their patent claims?
15. Don't infringe upon sb .'s privacy.
16. Counterfeit goods infringe customers'legal rights.
17. She told her children not to infringe any rules.
18. We'd better not infringe any of the rules.
19. They infringe the principle of non - discrimination.
20. No mountains infringe on the curve.
21. Other acts that infringe upon the civil rights and interests of others.
22. A backup copy of a computer program does not infringe copyright.
23. It was made clear that the treaty did not infringe the rights and sovereignty of individual Soviet republics.
24. It does however represent an ethical standard which the press should be reluctant to infringe other than for reasons of genuine public interest.
25. But there are certain fundamental rights which this right of regulation can not infringe.
26. In the view of the applicants in the main proceedings,( a residence requirement would not automatically infringe article 52.
27. The organisation Liberty has expressed concern that such widespread surveillance could infringe personal liberties.
28. As recently as September Western diplomatic sources maintained that civil flights would infringe the zones.
29. In the traditional American law case of patent infringing, as if infringe is available, court will issue permanent injunction, avoid of infringing again.
30. It is pointed out that theoretically, the few enterprises which are hopeful to win in the public tender are those which will infringe the consumers' interest most (severely).
More similar words: in front ofinfrastructurefingersingerringbringring outring upduringstringin generalingenuityin full swingstaringbring upmotheringbring outbring inofferinggatheringoffspringbring downspring upbearingsfilteringbring backbring aboutimploringpioneeringsomething else
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