Military tr chiefly military to demote to a lower rank. Physical Geography intr of waves a. Stock Exchange intr of prices, esp stock exchange quotations to fall sharply. Individual Sports, other than specified intr to make a sudden effort, as in running, horse racing, etc. Cricket intr cricket of a ball to change direction on bouncing. Cricket tr cricket of a player to knock down at least one bail from a wicket. Horse Racing intr horse racing to commence running in a race: they broke even.
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Boxing intr boxing wrestling of two fighters to separate from a clinch. Wrestling intr boxing wrestling of two fighters to separate from a clinch. Music, other intr music a. Electronics tr to interrupt the flow of current in an electrical circuit.
Compare make 1 Ecclesiastical Terms Christianity to administer or participate in Holy Communion. Tennis break service tennis to win a game in which an opponent is serving. Education Brit a short period between classes at school. US and Canadian equivalent: recess. Stock Exchange esp in a stock exchange a sudden and substantial decline in prices.
Tennis tennis Also called: service break or break of serve the act or instance of breaking an opponent's service. Individual Sports, other than specified one of the intervals in a sporting contest. Horse Racing horse racing the start of a race: an even break. Jazz a. Broadcasting access to a radio channel by a citizens' band operator.
Automotive Engineering a variant spelling of brake 1 6. Boxing boxing wrestling a command by a referee for two opponents to separate. Wrestling boxing wrestling a command by a referee for two opponents to separate. Old High German brehhan, Gothic brikan, akin to Latin frangere; see fragile ].
Examples: break of folk, ; of honeysuckle, ; Billards. He fell through the window, breaking the glass. He took his foot off the brake. Switch to new thesaurus. Informal stroke of luck , chance , opportunity , advantage , fortune , opening The rain was a lucky break for the American.
To crack or split into two or more fragments by means of or as a result of force, a blow, or strain: fracture , rift , rive , shatter , shiver , smash , splinter , sunder. To become or cause to become apart one from another: detach , disjoin , disjoint , disunite , divide , divorce , part , separate , split up. Idioms: part company , set at odds. To make a hole or other opening in. Also used with through : breach , gap , hole , perforate , pierce , puncture.
To pass into or through by overcoming resistance. Also used with through : enter , penetrate , perforate , pierce , puncture. To find the key to a code, for example : crack , decipher , decrypt , puzzle out. To make known: carry , communicate , convey , disclose , get across , impart , pass , report , tell , transmit. To be made public: come out , get out , out , transpire.
Idiom: come to light. To make or become unusable or inoperative: fail , ruin. To impair severely something such as the spirit, health, or effectiveness of: crush , destroy , overwhelm , ruin. To give way mentally and emotionally. Also used with down : collapse , crack , snap. Informal: crack up , fold. To suddenly lose all health or strength. Also used with down : cave in , collapse , crack , drop , give out , succumb. Idiom: give way.
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To reduce to financial insolvency: bankrupt , bust , impoverish , pauperize , ruin. To undergo sudden financial failure: bust , collapse , crash , fail , go under. Idioms: go belly up , go bust , go on the rocks, go to the wall.
To lower in rank or grade: bump , degrade , demote , downgrade , reduce. To fail to fulfill a promise or conform to a regulation : breach , contravene , infringe , transgress , violate. To refuse or fail to obey: defy , disobey , flout , transgress , violate. To desist from, cease, or discontinue a habit, for example : cut out , give up , leave off , stop. To interrupt regular activity for a short period: recess.
Idioms: take a break , take a breather, take five. To make an animal docile: bust , gentle , master , tame. To cause the complete ruin or wreckage of: bankrupt , cross up , demolish , destroy , finish , ruin , shatter , sink , smash , spoil , torpedo , undo , wash up , wrack , wreck. Idiom: put the kibosh on. To cease functioning properly: fail , give out. To separate into parts for study: analyze , anatomize , dissect , resolve.
To take something apart: disassemble , dismantle , dismount , take down. To reduce or become reduced to pieces or components: break up , crumble , decompose , disintegrate , dissolve , fragment , fragmentize. To become or cause to become rotten or unsound: decay , decompose , deteriorate , disintegrate , molder , putrefy , rot , spoil , taint , turn. Idioms: go bad , go to pot , go to seed. To enter forcibly or illegally: burglarize. To interject remarks or questions into another's discourse: chime in , chip in , cut in , interrupt.
To stop suddenly, as a conversation, activity, or relationship: cease , discontinue , interrupt , suspend , terminate. To cease trying to accomplish or continue: abandon , desist , discontinue , give up , leave off , quit , relinquish , remit , stop. Idioms: call it a day , call it quits , hang up one's fiddle, have done with , throw in the towel. To terminate a relationship or an association by or as if by leaving one another: break up , part , separate.
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Idioms: call it quits , come to a parting of the ways, part company. To become manifest suddenly and in full force: burst forth or out , erupt , explode , flare up. To break loose and leave suddenly, as from confinement or from a difficult or threatening situation: abscond , decamp , escape , flee , fly , get away , run away. Idioms: blow the coop, cut and run , give someone the slip , make a getaway, take flight , take it on the lam. To make a division into parts, sections, or branches: dissever , divide , part , partition , section , segment , separate.
To reduce or become reduced to pieces or components: break down , crumble , decompose , disintegrate , dissolve , fragment , fragmentize. To terminate a relationship or an association by or as if by leaving one another: break off , part , separate. To express great amusement or mirth: guffaw , roar.
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