Definitions of "breach"
  1. The act of breaking or not meeting a duty, promise, or law without a valid reason
  2. The unexcused or unjustified failure to fulfill contractual obligations
  3. An act that violates or disturbs a law or a condition
  4. An instance of breaking out or creating an opening
  5. The situation of being in violation of a contract
How to use "breach" in a sentence
  1. The client's failure to pay the agreed upon amount constituted a breach of the contract.
  2. In the event of a breach of the peace, the police may intervene to restore order.
  3. The release of confidential information by the employee was a breach of their employment agreement.

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