breach

  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)

Breach

[video game] Breach is a team-based first-person shooter multiplayer video game developed by Atomic Games. It was announced on March 26, 2010 at PAX East 2010 for Windows PCs and the Xbox 360. Breach was distributed online for the Xbox 360 by Xbox Live Arcade, and on Windows by Steam. It features dynamic destructible environments and a cove...
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breach

opening broken place breaking 
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breach

[n] - an opening (especially a gap in a dike or fortification) 2. [n] - a failure to perform some promised act or obligation
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Breach

An infraction or violation of a legal obligation
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Breach

Where a party to a contract does not comply with a contract term. Every breach gives rise to a claim for compensation in the civil courts. (See ‘civil court'.)
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Breach

An invasion of a right or violation of a duty. Fundamental Breach - breach of a fundamental term going to the very root of the contract.
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Breach

Breach noun [ Middle English breke , breche , Anglo-Saxon brice , gebrice , gebrece (in comp.), from brecan to break; akin to Danish bræk , Middle High German breche , gap, breach. See Break , and confer Brake (the instrument),...
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Breach

Breach transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Breached ; present participle & verbal noun Breaching .] To make a breach or opening in; as, to breach the walls of a city.
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Breach

Breach intransitive verb To break the water, as by leaping out; -- said of a whale.
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breach

Origin: OE. Breke, breche, AS. Brice, gebrice, gebrece (in comp), fr. Brecan to break; akin to Dan. Braek, MHG. Breche, gap, breach. See Break, and cf. Brake (the instrument), Brack a break] . ... 1. The act of breaking, in a figurative sense. ... 2. Specifically: A breaking or infraction of a law, or of any obligation or tie; violation; non-fulfil...
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breach

noun an opening (especially a gap in a dike or fortification)
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breach

breach (BREECH) 1. An opening made by breaking down something solid; such as, a gap made in a wall or fortification: The wall was breached in several places so the soldiers could get into the fortress. 2. Breaking or neglect (of a law, a trust, etc.); infraction; infringement: For the guard to leave now would be a breach of duty. 3. A br...
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Breach

To leap through the water surface. -- Breaching - The act of leaping out of the water and crashing back with a splash.
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Breach

The violation of an obligation, engagement or duty; as a breach of covenant is the non-performance or violation of a covenant; the breach of a promise is non-performance of a promise; the breach of a duty is the refusal or neglect to execute an office or public trust, according to law.
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Breach

(n) Breach is the violation or breaking of an obligation, duty, promise, trust etc by a person who is liable to perform or not to perform such action by a contact, legal obligation, customary practice etc. Eg. Breach of contract terms, Breach of trust, Breach of promise, Breach of warranty etc
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Breach

A violation of any legal obligation.
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breach

A violation of any legal obligation.
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Breach

An act or instance of breaking a law or regulation
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Breach

a whale's leap out of the water.
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Breach

To leap upward through the water surface.
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Breach

The breaking or violating of a law, right, or duty, either by the commission or omission of an act.
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Breach

to leap out of water
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Breach

A failure or violation of a legal obligation -- for example, a failure to perform a contract (breaching its terms), failure to do one's duty (breach of duty, or breach of trust), causing a disturbance, threatening, or other violent acts which break public tranquility (breach of peace), or illegally entering property (breach of close).
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Breach

[producer] ====The Avengers: Age of Ultron==== ...
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