circumvent
[ˌsɜ:kəm'vent]

verb transitive

[Definition]: to circle around

[Example Phrases]:
• difficult to circumvent
• try to circumvent the fingerprint scanner
• circumvent any regulatory hurdles
• circumvent the website glitches
• circumvent any regulatory
• to circumvent its security control system
• platform to circumvent default privacy

[Example Sentences]:
1. The NSA used this information to circumvent encrypted communications, according to the documents
2. Israel strongly opposed the measure as an attempt to circumvent peace negotiations
3. That said, there is an easy way to circumvent the policy today by swapping the SIM cards yourself
4. By using a sound implementation and following best practices, the malware authors have created a robust program that is difficult to circumvent
5. Rose Garden touting the advantages of applying on paper to circumvent the website glitches
6. Because cameras are not allowed in federal trials, Rogers said, releasing the Jobs deposition would essentially circumvent that ban
7. But even with Google blocked in China, some users are managing to circumvent the censorship, by relying on paid services such as
8. The production of a homemade firearm or ammunition would also circumvent a number of state laws regulating and requiring registration of firearms and magazines
9. Local users and visitors to the country, though, have found ways to circumvent the filters through VPNs, for instance
10. To circumvent that, the study proposes digging a tunnel no deeper than 11 meters 33 feet
11. By using a sound implementation and following best practices, the malware authors have created a robust program that is difficult to circumvent, the report stated
12. Reset the Net aims to circumvent policy makers and put the power directly in the hands of Internet users
13. This feature is meant to block hackers from stalling for time as they try to find a way to circumvent the fingerprint scanner
14. Still, hackers and security researchers continue to prod at iOS in an attempt to circumvent its security framework
15. Greenwald said he was enthused by discussions by some South American governments to start talking about ways to circumvent American control over the Internet
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