violación

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Asturian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin violationem (injury; irreverence), from the nominative violatio, from the past participle stem of violare (to treat violently; to outrage; to dishonor; to violate)

Noun[edit]

violación f (plural violaciones)

  1. violation

Galician[edit]

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Wikipedia gl

Etymology[edit]

From Latin violationem (injury; irreverence), from the nominative violatio, from the past participle stem of violare (to treat violently; to outrage; to dishonor; to violate)

Noun[edit]

violación f (plural violacións)

  1. violation

Spanish[edit]

Spanish Wikipedia has an article on:

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin violationem (injury; irreverence), from the nominative violatio, from the past participle stem of violare (to treat violently; to outrage; to dishonor; to violate)

Noun[edit]

violación f (plural violaciones)

  1. violation
  2. rape

Related terms[edit]