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  • 141 break — /breɪk/ noun a pause between periods of work ● She keyboarded for two hours without a break. ■ verb (NOTE: breaking broke has broken) ♦ break bulk to split into small quantities for retail sale after having bought a large quantity ♦ break even to …

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  • 142 break something up — 1 police tried to break up the crowd: DISPERSE, scatter, disband. 2 I m not going to let you break up my marriage: WRECK, ruin, destroy. → break …

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  • 143 break one's neck — {v. phr.}, {slang} To do all you possibly can; try your hardest. Usually used with a limiting adverb or negative. * /John nearly broke his neck trying not to be late to school./ * /Mother asked Mary to go to the store when she was free, but not… …

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  • 144 break one's neck — {v. phr.}, {slang} To do all you possibly can; try your hardest. Usually used with a limiting adverb or negative. * /John nearly broke his neck trying not to be late to school./ * /Mother asked Mary to go to the store when she was free, but not… …

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  • 145 break\ one's\ neck — v. phr. slang To do all you possibly can; try your hardest. Usually used with a limiting adverb or negative. John nearly broke his neck trying not to be late to school. Mother asked Mary to go to the store when she was free, but not to break her… …

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  • 146 Not Without My Daughter (Arrested Development episode) — Infobox Arrested Development episode episode name = Not Without My Daughter episode no = 1AJD20 airdate = April 25, 2004 writer = Mitchell Hurwitz Richard Rosenstock director = Lee Shallat Chemel on the next = “Tobias loses his security job… …

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  • 147 Not From There — Infobox musical artist Name = Not From There Img capt = Img size = Background = group or band Origin = flagicon|Australia Brisbane, Queensland Australia Genre = Alternative rock Indie rock Noise Rock Years active = 1991 ndash;2001 Label =… …

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  • 148 not listen — Synonyms and related words: be blind to, be caught out, be inattentive, be unwary, blink at, break the law, care naught for, connive at, defy, disobey, disregard, flout, give no heed, go counter to, hear nothing, ignore, let pass, make light of,… …

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  • 149 Break Fee — 1. A fee paid by a target company to bidders (during an acquisition) if the pending deal is terminated. 2. A fee paid by one party of a contract to another in order to terminate or cancel legal obligations. 1. Supposedly used to recoup costs and… …

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  • 150 Break In Service — The loss of use of the contribution or benefit plan of the corporation due to a lack of hours worked. Break in service may require an employee to work a specific amount of hours over a twelve month period in order to maintain their benefits. The… …

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  • 151 break sb in — UK US break sb in Phrasal Verb with break({{}}/breɪk/ verb [T] (broke, broken) ► to train someone to do a new job or activity: »The boss did not believe in breaking in his staff gently …

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  • 152 not mind — Synonyms and related words: break the law, care naught for, care nothing for, defy, disobey, disregard, flout, go counter to, ignore, not care, not conform, not heed, not keep, not listen, not observe, refuse to cooperate, scoff at, set at… …

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  • 153 break-even point — N SING When a company reaches break even point, the money it makes from the sale of goods or services is just enough to cover the cost of supplying those goods or services, but not enough to make a profit. [BUSINESS] Terminator 2 finally made… …

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  • 154 break your back —    If you work extremely hard, or put a lot of effort into achieving something, you break your back to do it.     If you want the job done well, you should accept to pay more. He s not going to break his back for such a low price! …

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  • 155 break your elbow —    obsolete    to give birth to a child outside marriage    The fracture was sometimes caused by a figurative bed:     And so she broke her elboe against the bed. (Heath, 1650, of a single woman who had a child)    If a woman broke her elbow in… …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 156 break something up — 1) police tried to break up the crowd Syn: disperse, scatter, disband 2) I m not going to let you break up my marriage Syn: wreck, ruin, destroy …

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  • 157 break something up — 1) police tried to break up the crowd Syn: disperse, scatter, disband 2) I m not going to let you break up my marriage Syn: wreck, ruin, destroy …

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  • 158 break-bulk — ˈ ̷ ̷ ¦ ̷ ̷ adjective : of or relating to materials shipped in conventional individual packages and not containerized * * * /brayk bulk /, adj. Transp. 1. of or pertaining to packaged cargo, usually manufactured goods, that is marked for… …

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  • 159 break the law — Synonyms and related words: breach the law, care naught for, circumvent the law, commit a crime, contravene, defy, disobey, disobey the law, disregard, disregard the law, flout, go counter to, ignore, infract, infringe, not conform, not heed, not …

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  • 160 not on any account — on no account/not on any account/ phrase used to say in a strong and definite way that something must not happen or be done On no account should the soldiers be blamed for what happened. A doctor should not, on any account, break his confidence.… …

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