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infraction (s) (noun), infractions (pl)
1. The act of breaking or violating a law, a pledge, a contract, or an agreement: Monroe was penalized for an infraction of parking on the street beyond the time limit.
2. Etymology: Middle English, from Medieval Latin infraction, infractio; from Latin, "subduing", from infringere "to break".
AN infringement of the rules.
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