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break
the act of breaking
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a gap, crack or open place
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to open the surface of, as with a plow; pierce
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to put or get out of order; to make or become useless
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to lessen the force or effect of (The snow broke his fall.)
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to overcome or defeat
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to end or stop
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to fail to keep or obey; violate: to break a promise, to break the law
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to teach to obey; tame
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to lower in rank, to demote
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to give or get smaller units or money
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to make or become poor; put or go into debt
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in baseball to curve sharply near the plate: said of a pitch
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a sudden change: a break in a fever
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to change or fall off suddenly: The fever broke.
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informal - a chance or opportunity: A lucky break
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an escape, as from prison
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to force one's way out of; escape from
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to come into being; appear suddenly: The storm broke. Dawn is breaking.
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to dissolve or go away:The clouds broke.
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to suddenly change in tone or quality, as a singer's voice
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to do better than; exceed: The snowfall broke all records.
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to make or become known: There may be trouble when the the story breaks.
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to separate or to crack onto pieces, as by a blow or pull: Don't break the cup
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a stopping; an interuption