Publication of this article has infringed her right to a fair trial
2 infringe on or upon. intrude on, impinge on, trespass on, encroach on, invade:
Never let pleasure infringe on the domain of duty.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb 1[VN] (of an action, a plan, etc.) to break a law or rule: The material can be copied without infringing copyright. + Two of the projects are deemed to infringe EU legislation. 2 ~ (on / upon) sth to limit sb's legal rights: [VN] They said that compulsory identity cards would infringe civil liberties. +[V] She refused to answer questions that infringed on her private affairs. infringement noun [U, C]: copyright infringement + an infringement of liberty / rights
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