Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Violation"

The meaning of "Violation" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does violation mean?
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Q: What does in violation mean?
A: That you've broken a rule or law
Q: What does you're in direct violation mean?
A: You are doing something that you shouldn't be doing. It's usually a rule or law.

For example:
"You're in direct violation of Rule #6."

In this scenario, you are doing something that Rule #6 says you can't do.

Example sentences using "Violation"

Q: Please show me example sentences with violation.
A:
“Please do not read my messages. That is a violation of my privacy”

“The way she was treated was a violation of her human rights”

“He acted in violation of the law”

“Traffic violations may result in a fine of up to $200.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with violation , elementally , evaluate .
A: Violation - doing something wrong
That is in violation of the rules

Elementally - relating to the elements, very rarely used

Evaluate - to judge something or someone
She evaluated the object's worth.
The students were evaluated on their study skills.
Q: Please show me example sentences with violation or violate .
A: He was not allowed to enter the building because he was wearing slippers and is in violation of the dress code.

If you want to have a good time traveling to other countries, then don't violate their laws.

Cheating in exams is a violation of the school rules.

Synonyms of "Violation" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between violation (of privacy) and infringement (of privacy) ?
A: 1. violation The act of forcing sexual intercourse or other sexual activity upon another person against their will.example : he forcibly violated her.
2.infringement is a violation or breach, as of a law.
example : You are being sued for ip infringement

Translations of "Violation"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? violation
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the violation will be marked as abated. from this sentence, what exactly does the word "abated" mean? does that mean violation being removed?
A: Yes. I think in this case, because it’s a violation: to become null and void.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? violation du contrat
A: contract violation

Other questions about "Violation"

Q: ‎- "There are violations of human rights in that country."

Does that sound natural? Should I have said "to human rights"?
A: You had it right the first time! Sounds very natural :)
Q: ... That's itself a violation of human rights.
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Please rewrite this sentence in a natural sounding way.
A: @AnastasiaI That, in itself, is a violation of human rights.
Q: The violation of inspections by leading manufacturers has been becoming a big problem in Japan.
I think Japanese job is getting sloppy recently.

Would you prononce the above sentence at the natural speed?
A: "I think Japanese jobs have been getting sloppy recently." would sound more fluent. Your English sounds good though!
Q: This is a violation of law of logic. does this sound natural?
A: Technically, grammatically almost everything's in order (save for one missing article), but as the response above my own clearly asserts, it's not commonly said this way.

However, you might hear:

"This is a violation of the laws of nature"

"This is a violation of (one type or another) logic/law"
{the double rift experiment stands in violation of Newtonic logic / the laws of particle physics}

"This is a violation of (the law of) gravity"

"Spatial geometry constitutes a violation of (one of) Euclid's laws"

"This is a violation of every unwritten law of decency"

The thing is that 'law of logic' sounds odd. These two terms don't go well together.
Q: This is a violation of building code wherein AAA should be placed on top of BBB. does this sound natural?
A: You should include the building code itself, so it wouldn't sound cut off.

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