"trespass" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

trespass
[ˈtrespəs]
verbo intransitivo
1. entrar sin autorización (Law)

trespass [tres-pas]
1. Quebrantar, traspasar o violar alguna ley, precepto o estatuto, antiguamente transgredir; pecar, faltar.
2. Infringir (infringe), violar, ofender; se usa con against.
  • To trespass on one’s patience -> abusar de la paciencia de alguno
3. Ocupar ilegítimamente la propiedad de otro.
va.

trespass [ˈtrespəs]
verb:intransitive
1 (on land) entrar ilegalmente;on en
no trespassing prohibida la entrada
to trespass upon abusar de; may I trespass upon your kindness to ask that ... (formal) permítame abusar de su amabilidad pidiendo que ...; to trespass upon sb's privacy invadir la vida íntima de algn
2 (do wrong) (Rel) pecar;against contra
to trespass against (Jur) infringir; violar
noun
1 (on land) entrada (f) ilegal; invasión (f) (de propiedad ajena)
2 (transgression) infracción (f); violación (f); (Rel) pecado (m)
forgive us our trespasses perdónanos nuestras deudas

Verb Conjugations for "trespass" (go to violar, infringir)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I trespass I trespassed I will trespass
you trespass you trespassed you will trespass
he/she trespasses he/she trespassed he/she will trespass
we trespass we trespassed we will trespass
you trespass you trespassed you will trespass
they trespass they trespassed they will trespass
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