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单词 breach
释义 breach (verb) breach 2 ENTRIES FOUND: breach (noun) breach (verb) 1 breach /ˈbriːtʃ/ noun plural breaches 1 breach /ˈbriːtʃ/ noun plural breaches Learner's definition of BREACH 1  : a failure to do what is required by a law, an agreement, or a duty : failure to act in a required or promised way违反,不履行(法律、协定或职责) — usually + of [count] This is clearly a breach of the treaty.这显然违反条约。 He was fined for committing a breach of the peace. [=for making a lot of noise or behaving violently in public; for disorderly conduct]他因为扰乱治安被处以罚款。 Many people consider her decision to be a breach of trust/confidence.很多人都认为她的决定不守信用/违背保密原则。 [noncount] They sued him for breach of contract. [=for failing to do what the contract required]他们告他违约。 The judge ruled that the doctor's actions were in breach of her contractual duty.法官裁定,这位女医生的行为违背了她所承担的合同义务。 2  ◊ A breach of security or a security breach is an occurrence in which someone is able to get into a place that is guarded or is able to get secret information.安保事故;泄密事故 The break-in was a serious breach of security.这一非法闯入行为是一起严重的安保事故。 Allowing such information to be released to the public is considered a security breach.允许此类信息向公众发布被视为泄密。 3  [count] : a break in friendly relations between people or groups(友好关系的)破裂;裂痕 — often + between The breach between them developed years ago.他们的关系破裂始于多年前。 The misunderstanding had caused a breach between the families.误解造成了家族间的裂痕。 The decision caused a breach between the two countries.这一决议使两国关系产生了裂痕。 4  [count] : a hole or opening in something (such as a wall) made by breaking through it(被强行打开的)洞,缺口 They repaired a breach in the fence.他们修补了栅栏缺口。 into the breach ◊ If you step/leap/jump (etc.) into the breach, you provide help that is badly needed, such as by doing a job when there is no one else available to do it.临时救急;雪中送炭;挺身而出补缺 He stepped into the breach when the company needed new leadership.当公司需要新的领导力量时,他站出来勇挑重担。 2 breach /ˈbriːtʃ/ verb breaches; breached; breaching 2 breach /ˈbriːtʃ/ verb breaches; breached; breaching Learner's definition of BREACH [+ object] 1  : to fail to do what is required by (something, such as a law or agreement) : to break or violate (something)违反;破坏 He claims that the city breached an agreement by selling the property.他声称,该市出售这块地产系违约。 Is he going to breach his contract?他要违约吗? 2  : to make a hole or opening in (something)在…造成缺口;攻破 The army breached the castle wall.部队在城堡围墙上攻开了一个缺口。
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