Meaning of contravener in English:


Pronunciation /ˌkɒntrəˈviːnə/


See contravene

‘In doing so, your Honours, we would submit, if one looks at the words of it, one sees that it is seeking to do no more than to say the contravener has to pay the amount of the loss or damage caused by the contravener's contravention.’
  • ‘Avoidance deprived the contraveners of the fruits - the shares - and gave the shares back to shareholders.’