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To act contrary to an order, or fail to conform to a regulation
To deny the truth of something
to prevent or obstruct the operation of
{v} to oppose, obstruct, hinder
To contravene a law or rule means to do something that is forbidden by the law or rule. The Board has banned the film on the grounds that it contravenes criminal libel laws = break + contravention contraventions contra·ven·tion The government has lent millions of pounds to debt-ridden banks in contravention of local banking laws. to do something that is not allowed according to a law or rule = violate (contrevenir, from contravenire, from contra- ( CONTRA-) + venire )
To meet in the way of opposition; to come into conflict with; to oppose; to contradict; to obstruct the operation of; to defeat
deny the truth of
\kon-truh-VEEN\, transitive verb: 1 To act or be counter to; to violate 2 To oppose in argument; to contradict
{f} violate, transgress, infringe
go against, as of rules and laws; "He ran afould of the law"; "This behavior conflicts with our rules"
To conflict with (a rule); to infringe (a rule) Infringements of air law that do not contravene the rules of the Event ---- 13 5
To violate; to nullify; to be inconsistent with; as, to contravene a law
contravene the law
violate the law, break the law
past of contravene
One who contravenes
third-person singular of contravene
present participle of contravene, to act contrary or to deny something