Synonyms of breach in English:

breach


See US English definition of breach

See UK English definition of breach

See Spanish definition of infracción

noun

1‘a clear breach of the Race Relations Act’

SYNONYMS
contravention, violation, breaking, non-observance, infringement, transgression, neglect, dereliction
failure to observe, non-compliance with
Law infraction, delict

2‘a widening breach between government and Church’

SYNONYMS
rift, gulf, chasm, division, difference, schism, disunion, estrangement, alienation, discord, dissension, disaffection
separation, split, break, break-up, parting, parting of the ways, severance, rupture
quarrel, falling-out
British informal bust-up
rare scission

3‘a breach in the sea wall’

SYNONYMS
break, rupture, split, crack, fracture, rent, rift
opening, gap, hole, fissure, cleft, aperture

verb

1‘the river breached its bank’

SYNONYMS
break, break through, burst, burst through, rupture, force itself through, split
informal bust

2‘the proposed changes breached trade union rules’

SYNONYMS
break, contravene, violate, fail to comply with, infringe, transgress against
defy, disobey, flout, fly in the face of
Law infract