Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Violator"

The meaning of "Violator" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa violators will be town!?
A: Violators will be towed.

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Synonyms of "Violator" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre violator e offender ?
A: They xan be used interchangeably in most cases.
A violator is someone who violates a deal.
An offender is someone who breaks a rule.
They can both be used for people who break the law, but violator is a stronger term.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre violator e rapist ?
A: A violator is anyone who fails to comply with or breaks a law or regulation. It can be any type of law or regulation.
"Violators of the noise ordnance will be fined."
"Legal action will be taken against any violators of the non-disclosure agreement."
A rapist is a person who forces another person into sexual intercourse.
"The police are searching for the rapist of the college student."
"Does punishing rapists give closure to the victims of the sexual attack?"
At times, the word violation is used for rape, usually in a literary or emotional sense.
"It took me years to resolve the effects of the violation."

Translations of "Violator"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? when the violators who have to pay money for their violation. which words do we can use ? please help me.
A: if you violate the law you pay a fine. If it's a traffic violation you can get a ticket (paper that makes you pay a fine)

Other questions about "Violator"

Q: 1. sanitize
2. violator
☞ Could you show me some example sentences which are commonly used in normal conversation using these words?
A: Sanatise (UK spelling, sanitize is correct in USA/Canada) = to make clean/hygienic

"The swimming pool was sanitised"

It is often used to describe something that has been made less rude/unacceptable:

"He told a santised version of the story"

"She gave a sanitised version of what happened"

Violator = someone who breaks the rules, or doesn't treat something with respect. The verb form "to violate" is more commonly used:

"She violated the rules"

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