Definition of infringer in English:

infringer

noun

See infringe

  • ‘The infringer invades a statutorily defined province guaranteed to the copyright holder alone.’
  • ‘This is a disappointing procedural decision, but it only changes the process by which we will file lawsuits against online infringers.’
  • ‘No evidence was presented that the alleged infringers either distributed or authorised the reproduction of sound recordings.’
  • ‘Musicians also have the advantage of massive multinational entertainment corporations looking out for their interests from distribution right down to busting copyright infringers.’
  • ‘But we also know that, for infringers at least, waiting hours for downloads to complete has not been considered a serious problem, even on the current Internet.’

Pronunciation

infringer

/ɪnˈfrɪndʒə/