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Parents abuse children on the rise.
From above sentence, what other verbs can be used to give the same meaning?
what is another way to say?
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Hi,

But my point in posting here is can I say 'Parents use violences to their children'?

Yes, you can say ' 'Parents use violence on their children'.

Does it mean the same as the sentence previously mentioned?

Abuse is not necessarily violence. eg It may be mental or emotional abuse.

You have not mentioned 'on the rise'.

Clive
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Parents abuse children on the rise.

From above sentence, what other words can be used in place of "abuse"?
I just wanna try a different way to say, as its meaning doesn't change.
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Hi,

Parents abuse children on the rise.

From above sentence, what other verbs can be used to give the same meaning?
what is another way to say?

The above sentence is not correct grammar. Here are some correct sentences.

Parents abuse children.

Parents' abuse of children is on the rise.

Parental abuse of chidren is on the rise.

Clive
Thanks Clive for correction.

But my point in posting here is can I say 'Parents use violences to their children'?
Does it mean the same as the sentence previously mentioned?
Hi,

Perhaps 'Mistreat' and 'ill-treat'? I thought of 'exploit' too, but I feel it connotes something different. There'll probably be more verbs that fit here, but I can't think of any, except for the aforementioned ones.

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