Englisch

Detailed Synonyms for violate in Englisch

violate:

to violate Verb (violates, violated, violating)

  1. to violate
    to abuse
    – change the inherent purpose or function of something 1
    • abuse Verb (abuses, abused, abusing)
      • Don't abuse the system1
    to misuse; to violate
    • misuse Verb (misuses, misused, misusing)
    • violate Verb (violates, violated, violating)
  2. to violate
    to attack; to assault; to raid; to lay violent hands upon; to violate; to storm
    • attack Verb (attacks, attacked, attacking)
    • assault Verb (assaults, assaulted, assaulting)
    • raid Verb (raids, raided, raiding)
    • lay violent hands upon Verb (lays violent hands upon, laid violent hands upon, laying violent hands upon)
    • violate Verb (violates, violated, violating)
    • storm Verb (storms, stormed, storming)
  3. to violate
    to desecrate; to violate
    • desecrate Verb (desecrates, desecrated, desecrating)
    • violate Verb (violates, violated, violating)
  4. to violate
    to dishonour; to ravish; to rape; to violate; dishonor
    • dishonour Verb, britisch (dishonours, dishonoured, dishonouring)
    • ravish Verb (ravishs, ravished, ravishing)
    • rape Verb (rapes, raped, raping)
    • violate Verb (violates, violated, violating)
    • dishonor Verb, amerikanisch
  5. to violate
    to misbehave; to violate
    • misbehave Verb (misbehaves, misbehaved, misbehaving)
    • violate Verb (violates, violated, violating)
  6. to violate
    to infringe; to break; to violate; to transgress; to misbehave
    • infringe Verb (infringes, infringed, infringing)
    • break Verb (breaks, broke, breaking)
    • violate Verb (violates, violated, violating)
    • transgress Verb (transgresses, transgressed, transgressing)
    • misbehave Verb (misbehaves, misbehaved, misbehaving)
  7. to violate
    – destroy 1
    to violate
    – destroy 1
    • violate Verb (violates, violated, violating)
      • Don't violate my garden1
      • violate my privacy1
  8. to violate
    – destroy and strip of its possession 1
    to spoil; to violate; to rape; to plunder; despoil
    – destroy and strip of its possession 1
    • spoil Verb (spoils, spoiled, spoiling)
    • violate Verb (violates, violated, violating)
    • rape Verb (rapes, raped, raping)
      • The soldiers raped the beautiful country1
    • plunder Verb (plunders, plundered, plundering)
    • despoil Verb
  9. to violate
    – act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises 1
    to breach; to break; to offend; to violate; to transgress; infract; go against
    – act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises 1
    • breach Verb (breaches, breached, breaching)
    • break Verb (breaks, broke, breaking)
      • break a law1
      • break a promise1
    • offend Verb (offends, offended, offending)
      • offend all laws of humanity1
    • violate Verb (violates, violated, violating)
      • violate the basic laws or human civilization1
    • transgress Verb (transgresses, transgressed, transgressing)
    • infract Verb
    • go against Verb
  10. to violate
    – force (someone) to have sex against their will 1
    to assault; outrage; to violate; to rape; to ravish; to dishonour; dishonor
    – force (someone) to have sex against their will 1
    • assault Verb (assaults, assaulted, assaulting)
    • outrage Verb
    • violate Verb (violates, violated, violating)
    • rape Verb (rapes, raped, raping)
      • The woman was raped on her way home at night1
    • ravish Verb (ravishs, ravished, ravishing)
    • dishonour Verb, britisch (dishonours, dishonoured, dishonouring)
    • dishonor Verb, amerikanisch
  11. to violate
    – violate the sacred character of a place or language 1
    outrage; to violate; to profane; to desecrate
    – violate the sacred character of a place or language 1
    • outrage Verb
    • violate Verb (violates, violated, violating)
      • violate the sanctity of the church1
    • profane Verb (profanes, profaned, profaning)
      • profane the name of God1
    • desecrate Verb (desecrates, desecrated, desecrating)
      • desecrate a cemetery1
  12. to violate
    – fail to agree with; be in violation of; as of rules or patterns 1
    to break; to violate; go against
    – fail to agree with; be in violation of; as of rules or patterns 1
    • break Verb (breaks, broke, breaking)
    • violate Verb (violates, violated, violating)
      • This sentence violates the rules of syntax1
    • go against Verb
  13. to violate
    – To attempt or to do something that is not allowed. 2
    to violate
    – To attempt or to do something that is not allowed. 2
    • violate Verb (violates, violated, violating)

Konjugationen für violate:

present
  1. violate
  2. violate
  3. violates
  4. violate
  5. violate
  6. violate
simple past
  1. violated
  2. violated
  3. violated
  4. violated
  5. violated
  6. violated
present perfect
  1. have violated
  2. have violated
  3. has violated
  4. have violated
  5. have violated
  6. have violated
past continuous
  1. was violating
  2. were violating
  3. was violating
  4. were violating
  5. were violating
  6. were violating
future
  1. shall violate
  2. will violate
  3. will violate
  4. shall violate
  5. will violate
  6. will violate
continuous present
  1. am violating
  2. are violating
  3. is violating
  4. are violating
  5. are violating
  6. are violating
subjunctive
  1. be violated
  2. be violated
  3. be violated
  4. be violated
  5. be violated
  6. be violated
diverse
  1. violate!
  2. let's violate!
  3. violated
  4. violating
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

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Verwandte Definitionen für "violate":

  1. destroy1
    • Don't violate my garden1
    • violate my privacy1
  2. destroy and strip of its possession1
  3. act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises1
    • violate the basic laws or human civilization1
  4. force (someone) to have sex against their will1
  5. violate the sacred character of a place or language1
    • violate the sanctity of the church1
  6. fail to agree with; be in violation of; as of rules or patterns1
    • This sentence violates the rules of syntax1
  7. To attempt or to do something that is not allowed.2