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break /bɹeɪk/
  • intransitive: to separate into (to end up in) two or more pieces
patah
break /bɹeɪk/
  • transitive: to separate into (to cause to end up in) two or more pieces
mematahkan
break /bɹeɪk/ pecah
rusak
break up
  • intransitive: to disintegrate
hancur
pecah
break up
  • to end a relationship
putus
break down
  • to become unstable or collapse, mentally or otherwise
bekertak
break down
  • to divide into parts for analysis
bahas
break off
  • end abruptly
menceletuk
word break
  • a point in writing where a word is split so that part of it is relegated to the next line, typically at the end of a syllable and marked with a hyphen
luka
break in
  • to tame (a horse)
memadamkan
break out
  • to escape, especially forcefully or defiantly
luput
break out
  • to separate from a bundle
memencilkan
break bread
  • to eat a meal, especially shared
himpunan
break one's fast
  • archaic: to eat breakfast
makan pagi
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