Synonyms of infringe in English:

infringe


See definition of infringe

verb

1‘the takeover bid infringed EU competition rules’

SYNONYMS
contravene, violate, transgress, break, breach, commit a breach of, disobey, defy, flout, fly in the face of, ride roughshod over, kick against
fail to comply with, fail to observe, disregard, take no notice of, ignore, neglect
go beyond, overstep, exceed
infract
informal cock a snook at
ANTONYMS

obey, comply with

2‘such widespread surveillance could infringe personal liberties’

SYNONYMS
undermine, erode, diminish, weaken, impair, damage, compromise
limit, curb, check, place a limit on, encroach on, interfere with, disturb, disrupt
ANTONYMS

preserve, strengthen

3‘he shall be restrained from ever infringing your territory’

SYNONYMS
trespass on, encroach on, impinge on, intrude on, enter, invade
barge in on, burst in on
archaic entrench on