\bɹˈiːt͡ʃ], \bɹˈiːtʃ], \b_ɹ_ˈiː_tʃ]\
Definitions of BREACH
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n. [Anglo-Saxon] Act of breaking, or state of being broken; rupture;â€”the gap or opening made by breaking; chasm;â€”a violation or infraction of low, obligation, or tie; transgression; infringement;â€”a breaking up of friendly relations; difference; disruption.
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