Detailed Translations for violate from English to Spanish


to violate verb (violates, violated, violating)

  1. to violate (abuse; misuse)
  2. to violate (attack; assault; raid; lay violent hands upon; storm)
  3. to violate (desecrate)
  4. to violate (dishonour; ravish; rape; dishonor)
  5. to violate (misbehave)
  6. to violate (misbehave; infringe; break; transgress)
  7. to violate
    – To attempt or to do something that is not allowed. 1

Conjugations for violate:

  1. violate
  2. violate
  3. violates
  4. violate
  5. violate
  6. violate
simple past
  1. violated
  2. violated
  3. violated
  4. violated
  5. violated
  6. violated
present perfect
  1. have violated
  2. have violated
  3. has violated
  4. have violated
  5. have violated
  6. have violated
past continuous
  1. was violating
  2. were violating
  3. was violating
  4. were violating
  5. were violating
  6. were violating
  1. shall violate
  2. will violate
  3. will violate
  4. shall violate
  5. will violate
  6. will violate
continuous present
  1. am violating
  2. are violating
  3. is violating
  4. are violating
  5. are violating
  6. are violating
  1. be violated
  2. be violated
  3. be violated
  4. be violated
  5. be violated
  6. be violated
  1. violate!
  2. let's violate!
  3. violated
  4. violating
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for violate:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
acometer affecting; assault; attack; attacking; coming over; defamation; impairing; imputation; injuring; stealing over
atacar affecting; assault; attack; attacking; defamation; impairing; imputation; injuring
violar assault; criminal assault; violating
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
abusar abuse; misuse; violate
abusar de abuse; misuse; violate bare; break; break into pieces; crack; destroy; exploit; snap; strip; take advantage of; wreck
acometer assault; attack; lay violent hands upon; raid; storm; violate carve; coerce; compel; cut in; force; hew in; hold up; oblige; rob; suprise; surprise; take off guard
agredir assault; attack; lay violent hands upon; raid; storm; violate assault; attack; besiege; raid; storm
asaltar assault; attack; lay violent hands upon; raid; storm; violate assault; assault someone; attack; besiege; charge at; dart at; dash at; dash towards; dive into; force; hold up; jump into; leap into; plunder; raid; rob; rush up to; snatch; storm; suprise; surprise; take off guard; use force
atacar assault; attack; desecrate; dishonor; dishonour; lay violent hands upon; raid; rape; ravish; storm; violate assault; attack; besiege; challenge; close; contest; dispute; draw; force; question; raid; shut; storm; strike; use force
atracar desecrate; violate assault; force; hold up; rob; suprise; surprise; take off guard; use force
comportarse mal break; infringe; misbehave; transgress; violate
deshonrar dishonor; dishonour; rape; ravish; violate defile; desecrate
forzar dishonor; dishonour; rape; ravish; violate assault; break open; coerce; compel; crack; decode; enforce; force; force open; kick open; oblige; oblige to; overburden; overload; tear open; use force
hacer mal misbehave; violate aggrieve; be disadvantuous; botch; bring evil upon; bungle; cause damage; cause disadvantage; cause injury; cause someone sorrow; cheat; clearly define; con; damage; defamate; define; demarcate; do harm; do wrong; do wrongly; dodge; fence; fence in; fence off; harm; harm somebody; hurt; hurt someone's feelings; infringe; injure; lie; map out; mark out; mess; mess about; misbehave; muddle; muddle on; offend; outline; slander; slop; spill; swindle; tinker; trace out; transgress; wreak evil
infringir violate assault; coerce; compel; force; oblige; use force
mal comportarse misbehave; violate infringe; misbehave; transgress
portarse mal break; infringe; misbehave; transgress; violate infringe; misbehave; transgress
quebrantar desecrate; violate assault; beat up; become defective; break; break down; break into pieces; burst open; come loose; crack; damage; destroy; fall to pieces; give way; go to pieces; injure; knock about; maul; snap; spring open; use force; wreck
violar abuse; dishonor; dishonour; misuse; rape; ravish; violate assault; assault someone; break in; defile; desecrate; rape; use force
- assault; breach; break; desecrate; despoil; dishonor; dishonour; go against; infract; offend; outrage; plunder; profane; rape; ravish; spoil; transgress
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- outrage; rape; use violence against

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Antonyms for "violate":

Related Definitions for "violate":

  1. destroy2
    • Don't violate my garden2
    • violate my privacy2
  2. destroy and strip of its possession2
  3. act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises2
    • violate the basic laws or human civilization2
  4. force (someone) to have sex against their will2
  5. violate the sacred character of a place or language2
    • violate the sanctity of the church2
  6. fail to agree with; be in violation of; as of rules or patterns2
    • This sentence violates the rules of syntax2
  7. To attempt or to do something that is not allowed.1

Wiktionary Translations for violate:

  1. to break or fail to act by rules

Cross Translation:
violate desobedecer; contravenir; violar overtreden — bepaalde denkbeeldige of daadwerkelijke lijnen te buiten gaan
violate desdeñar; descuidar; desatender; despreciar; aborrecer dédaignerconsidérer avec dédain.
violate violar violer — Enfreindre, porter atteinte à, attenter à
violate violar violer — Avoir un rapport sexuel avec quelqu’un sans son consentement