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trespass

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1trespass/ˈtrɛˌspæs/
British/ˈtrɛspəs/verb
trespassestrespassedtrespassing
1trespass
/ˈtrɛˌspæs/British/ˈtrɛspəs/
verb
trespassestrespassedtrespassing
Learner's definition of TRESPASS  
[no object]
: to go on someone's land without permission — often + on
old-fashioned  : to do something that hurts or offends someone — usually + against
formal  : to treat someone unfairly especially by asking for or expecting more than is fair or reasonable — often + on or upon

— trespasser

noun,pluraltrespassers[count]
2trespass/ˈtrɛspəs/noun
pluraltrespasses
2trespass
/ˈtrɛspəs/
noun
pluraltrespasses
Learner's definition of TRESPASS  
law  : the crime of going on someone's land without permission
[noncount]
[count]
[count]old-fashioned  : a sin or other wrong or improper act
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