[ trans-gres-er, tranz- ]
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  1. someone or something that transgresses, violating a law or command or going beyond a boundary or limit: Although not specifically illegal, promoters could sue transgressors for breach of contract if filming is forbidden by the ticket's terms.

Origin of transgressor

First recorded in 1350–1400; from Anglo-French, from Latin, equivalent to transgress + -or2

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