Trespass is defined as to go onto someone's property, or to cross a social boundary.(verb)
The definition of a trespass is an action that is intrusive or offensive.(noun)
An example of a trespass is breaking into someone’s home.
See trespass in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME trespassen < OFr trespasser < VL *transpassare, to pass across < L trans-, trans- + VL *passare, to pass < L passus: see pace
Origin: ME trespas < OFr < the v.
See trespass in American Heritage Dictionary 4
intransitive verb tres·passed, tres·pass·ing, tres·pass·es
Origin: Middle English trespassen
Origin: , from Old French trespasser
Origin: : tres-, over (from Latin trāns-; see trans-)
Origin: + passer, to pass; see pass.
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