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  • 1 break — [n1] fissure, opening breach, cleft, crack, discontinuity, disjunction, division, fracture, gap, gash, hole, rent, rift, rupture, schism, split, tear; concepts 230,757 Ant. association, attachment, binding, combination, fastening, juncture break… …

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  • 2 Break — (br[=a]k), v. i. 1. To come apart or divide into two or more pieces, usually with suddenness and violence; to part; to burst asunder. [1913 Webster] 2. To open spontaneously, or by pressure from within, as a bubble, a tumor, a seed vessel, a bag …

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  • 3 break — [brāk] vt. broke, broken, breaking [ME breken < OE brecan < IE base * bhreg > BREACH, BREECH, Ger brechen, L frangere] 1. to cause to come apart by force; split or crack sharply into pieces; smash; burst 2. a) …

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  • 4 Break You — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Break You es una canción pop rock escrita y producida por los esfuerzos combinados de Max Martin y Lukasz Gottwald, también conocido como Dr. Luke , para el álbum debut de la cantante noruega Marion Raven titulado… …

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  • 5 break — ► VERB (past broke; past part. broken) 1) separate into pieces as a result of a blow, shock, or strain. 2) make or become inoperative; stop working. 3) interrupt (a continuity, sequence, or course). 4) fail to observe (a law, regulation, or… …

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  • 6 break away from someone — break away (from (someone/something)) 1. to escape. George s excited horse broke away and ran off into the field. 2. to separate from the control of someone or something. Scotland isn t going to suddenly break away from the rest of Great Britain …

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  • 7 break away from something — break away (from (someone/something)) 1. to escape. George s excited horse broke away and ran off into the field. 2. to separate from the control of someone or something. Scotland isn t going to suddenly break away from the rest of Great Britain …

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  • 8 break away from — break away (from (someone/something)) 1. to escape. George s excited horse broke away and ran off into the field. 2. to separate from the control of someone or something. Scotland isn t going to suddenly break away from the rest of Great Britain …

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  • 9 break away — (from (someone/something)) 1. to escape. George s excited horse broke away and ran off into the field. 2. to separate from the control of someone or something. Scotland isn t going to suddenly break away from the rest of Great Britain. We re… …

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  • 10 break free — see ↑break loose below. • • • Main Entry: ↑break * * * another way of saying break away * * * break free : to become able to move or escape by using force or effort The prisoner struggled to break free. : to get away from someone or something… …

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  • 11 break — vb Break, crack, burst, bust, snap, shatter, shiver are comparable as general terms meaning fundamentally to come apart or cause to come apart. Break basically implies the operation of a stress or strain that will cause a rupture, a fracture, a… …

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  • 12 break\ away — • break away • break loose v. phr. To liberate oneself from someone or something. Jane tried to break loose from her attacker, but he was too strong …

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  • 13 break away — ► break away escape from control or influence. Main Entry: ↑break …

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  • 14 break away — [v] depart escape, flee, fly, leave, part company*, quit, run away, split*; concept 195 …

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  • 15 break away — index defect, elude, leave (depart), part (leave), secede Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 200 …

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  • 16 break\ loose — • break away • break loose v. phr. To liberate oneself from someone or something. Jane tried to break loose from her attacker, but he was too strong …

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  • 17 away — [adv1] in another direction; at a distance abroad, absent, afar, apart, aside, beyond, distant, elsewhere, far afield, far away, far off, far remote, forth, from here, hence, not present, off, out of, out of the way, over, to one side; concepts… …

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  • 18 Break in the Sun — is a British television serial made by the BBC in 1981.The series, written by Bernard Ashley, was considerably more gritty and controversial than standard BBC children s serial fare up until that time, dealing with a young girl, Patsy (Nicola… …

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  • 19 break|a|way — «BRAYK uh WAY», noun, adjective. –n. 1. the act or condition of separating sharply from a group or pattern. 2. the separation of the shock wave from the fireball of an atomic explosion as it moves ahead. 3. U.S. Slang. a stage prop simulating a… …

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  • 20 break — break1 W1S1 [breık] v past tense broke [brəuk US brouk] past participle broken [ˈbrəukən US ˈbrou ] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(separate into pieces)¦ 2¦(bones)¦ 3¦(machines)¦ 4¦(rules/laws)¦ 5¦(promise/agreement)¦ 6¦(stop/rest)¦ 7¦(end something)¦ …

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