- to break, violate, or infringe (a law, commitment, etc.).
Origin of infract
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These feudal tenures were established in law; woe to the tenant who presumed to infract them!History of the Great American Fortunes, Vol. I
- (tr) to violate or break (a law, an agreement, etc)
C18: from Latin infractus broken off, from infringere; see infringe
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