infract


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in·fract

 (ĭn-frăkt′)
tr.v. in·fract·ed, in·fract·ing, in·fracts
To infringe; violate.

[Latin īnfringere, īnfrāct-, to destroy; see infringe.]

in·frac′tor n.

infract

(ɪnˈfrækt)
vb
(tr) to violate or break (a law, an agreement, etc)
[C18: from Latin infractus broken off, from infringere; see infringe]
inˈfraction n
inˈfractor n

in•fract

(ɪnˈfrækt)

v.t.
to break or violate (a law, commitment, etc.); infringe.
[1790–1800; < Latin infrāctus, past participle of infringere to break, bend, weaken (see infringe)]
in•frac′tor, n.

infract


Past participle: infracted
Gerund: infracting

Imperative
infract
infract
Present
I infract
you infract
he/she/it infracts
we infract
you infract
they infract
Preterite
I infracted
you infracted
he/she/it infracted
we infracted
you infracted
they infracted
Present Continuous
I am infracting
you are infracting
he/she/it is infracting
we are infracting
you are infracting
they are infracting
Present Perfect
I have infracted
you have infracted
he/she/it has infracted
we have infracted
you have infracted
they have infracted
Past Continuous
I was infracting
you were infracting
he/she/it was infracting
we were infracting
you were infracting
they were infracting
Past Perfect
I had infracted
you had infracted
he/she/it had infracted
we had infracted
you had infracted
they had infracted
Future
I will infract
you will infract
he/she/it will infract
we will infract
you will infract
they will infract
Future Perfect
I will have infracted
you will have infracted
he/she/it will have infracted
we will have infracted
you will have infracted
they will have infracted
Future Continuous
I will be infracting
you will be infracting
he/she/it will be infracting
we will be infracting
you will be infracting
they will be infracting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been infracting
you have been infracting
he/she/it has been infracting
we have been infracting
you have been infracting
they have been infracting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been infracting
you will have been infracting
he/she/it will have been infracting
we will have been infracting
you will have been infracting
they will have been infracting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been infracting
you had been infracting
he/she/it had been infracting
we had been infracting
you had been infracting
they had been infracting
Conditional
I would infract
you would infract
he/she/it would infract
we would infract
you would infract
they would infract
Past Conditional
I would have infracted
you would have infracted
he/she/it would have infracted
we would have infracted
you would have infracted
they would have infracted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.infract - act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promisesinfract - act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises; "offend all laws of humanity"; "violate the basic laws or human civilization"; "break a law"; "break a promise"
disrespect - show a lack of respect for
sin, transgress, trespass - commit a sin; violate a law of God or a moral law
blunder, boob, drop the ball, goof, sin - commit a faux pas or a fault or make a serious mistake; "I blundered during the job interview"
contravene, infringe, run afoul, conflict - go against, as of rules and laws; "He ran afoul of the law"; "This behavior conflicts with our rules"
trespass - break the law
trespass, intrude - enter unlawfully on someone's property; "Don't trespass on my land!"
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