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Pronunciation of Breach: Learn how to pronounce Breach in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word breach:

noun
1an act of breaking or failing to observe a law, agreement, or code of conduct:
a breach of confidence
[mass noun]:
I sued for breach of contract
a break in relations:
a widening breach between government and Church
2a gap in a wall, barrier, or defence, especially one made by an attacking army:
a breach in the mountain wall
verb
[with object]
1make a gap in and break through (a wall, barrier, or defence):
the river breached its bank
break or fail to observe (a law, agreement, or code of conduct):
these outside bodies are bootlegging albums and breaching copyright
2 [no object] (of a whale) rise and break through the surface of the water:
we saw whales breaching in the distance
Phrases

breach of the peace

British public disturbance, or an act considered likely to cause one:
a man was convicted of causing a breach of the peace during the demonstration
breach of promise

the action of breaking a sworn assurance to do something, formerly especially to marry someone:
Anastasia cherishes the recollection of having won an action for breach of promise
step into the breach

replace someone who is suddenly unable to do a job or task:
I can’t think of anyone who could step into the breach should I become ill
Origin:

Middle English: from Old French breche, ultimately of Germanic origin; related to break1