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trespass /ˈtrɛˌspæs/  /Brit ˈtrɛspəs/

  • verb
    -passes; -passed; -passing
    [no obj]
    to go on someone's land without permission
    old-fashioned :to do something that hurts or offends someone - usually + against
    We must try to forgive those who trespass against us.
    formal :to treat someone unfairly especially by asking for or expecting more than is fair or reasonable - often + on or upon
    plural -passes
    law :the crime of going on someone's land without permission [noncount]
    He was arrested for trespass. [count]
    They committed a trespass.
    [count] old-fashioned :a sin or other wrong or improper act