Synonyms of trespass in English:

trespass


See US English definition of trespass

See UK English definition of trespass

See Spanish definition of pecar

verb

1‘there is no excuse for trespassing on railway property’

SYNONYMS
enter without permission, intrude on, encroach on, invade, infringe, impinge on
archaic entrench on

2‘I must not trespass on your good nature’

SYNONYMS
take advantage of, impose on, make use of, play on, exploit, abuse, make unfair claims on

3‘he found it increasingly hard to forgive those who trespassed against him’

SYNONYMS
wrong, do wrong to, cause harm to
offend, distress

noun

1‘clearly, he is guilty of trespass’

SYNONYMS
unlawful entry, intrusion, encroachment, invasion, infringement, impingement

2‘he asked forgiveness for his trespasses’

SYNONYMS
sin, wrong, wrongdoing, transgression, crime, offence, misdeed, misdemeanour, error, lapse, fall from grace
rare malefaction