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The definition of a breach is a break, or violation. An example of a breach is an agreement that has been broken. An example of a breach is a person violating their probation. (obs.) A breaking or being broken. (archaic) A bruise; a wound. (archaic) A hernia; a rupture.What is the legal definition of a breach?
A breach of contract is a violation of any of the agreed-upon terms and conditions of a binding contract. The breach could be anything from a late payment to a more serious violation such as the ...How to spell breach?
Breach refers to a break or violation of some sort: a breach of law, a breach in the dam, a breach of conduct. Breech and breach go back over 1,000 years, and both stem ultimately to Old English: breech to the noun brēc , which was the plural of a word that referred to leg coverings; and breach to the noun brǣc , which means "an act of breaking."What is the meaning of breaches?
breach ( briːtʃ) n 1. a crack, break, or rupture 2. a breaking, infringement, or violation of a promise, obligation, etc 3. any severance or separation: there was a breach between the two factions of the party. 4. (Military) a gap in an enemy's fortifications or line of defence created by bombardment or attack 5.