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Battery Legal Definition in Context 601 Words

Battery legal definition in real context with images and synonyms from the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam. Enrich your legal vocabulary in English with the word, battery, in short real passages.

/ˈbæt.ər.i/ (adj & noun)

Battery legal definition

  1. unlawful use of force on someone, repeatedly hitting or behaving violently toward a person which can be prosecuted, damaging someone physically by hitting them violently
  2. power source which is portable
  3. an array or collection of similar things, series, succession


The crimes of assault and battery, and aggravated assault all involve intentional harm inflicted on one person by another. Any crime involving a physical attack (or even the threat of an attack) is usually classified as an assault, a battery, or both. Depending on the seriousness of the attack (or the dangerousness of the weapon used), these acts can rise to the level of aggravated assault. And more than one-sided attacks can constitute assault. Fighting can lead to an assault charge, even when two people have mutually agreed to fight.

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Parts of speech

Verb: batter

Noun: battering

Adjective: battered

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