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V-ERG 打破；摔碎 When an object breaks or when you break it, it suddenly separates into two or more pieces, often because it has been hit or dropped.
He fell through the window, breaking the glass...
The plate broke...
V-ERG 折断（骨头）；骨折 If you break a part of your body such as your leg, your arm, or your nose, or if a bone breaks, you are injured because a bone cracks or splits.
She broke a leg in a skiing accident...
Old bones break easily...
V-ERG （使）（表层、盖子或密封）破裂；撕开 If a surface, cover, or seal breaks or if something breaks it, a hole or tear is made in it, so that a substance can pass through.
Once you've broken the seal of a bottle there's no way you can put it back together again...
The bandage must be put on when the blister breaks...
V-ERG （使）（工具或机器）损坏 When a tool or piece of machinery breaks or when you break it, it is damaged and no longer works.
When the clutch broke, the car was locked into second gear...
Tenants do not have to worry about leaking roofs and broken washing machines...
VERB 破坏，违反（规则、承诺或协议） If you break a rule, promise, or agreement, you do something that you should not do according to that rule, promise, or agreement.
We didn't know we were breaking the law.
The company has consistently denied it had knowingly broken arms embargoes.
VERB 挣脱；解脱 If you break free or loose, you free yourself from something or escape from it.
She broke free by thrusting her elbow into his chest.
...his inability to break free of his marriage.
VERB 结束（困难或不利局面）；打破（僵局） If someone breaks something, especially a difficult or unpleasant situation that has existed for some time, they end it or change it.
The Home Secretary aims to break the vicious circle between disadvantage and crime...
New proposals have been put forward to break the deadlock among rival factions...
VERB 打破（沉默） If someone or something breaks a silence, they say something or make a noise after a long period of silence.
Hugh broke the silence. 'Is she always late?' he asked...
The unearthly silence was broken by a shrill screaming.
N-COUNT （天气的）放晴 If there is a break in the cloud or weather, it changes and there is a short period of sunshine or fine weather.
A sudden break in the cloud allowed rescuers to spot Michael Benson.
VERB （与…）决裂；断绝（联系）；放弃 If you break with a group of people or a traditional way of doing things, or you break your connection with them, you stop being involved with that group or stop doing things in that way.
In 1959, Akihito broke with imperial tradition by marrying a commoner...
They were determined to break from precedent...
VERB （使）摆脱，（使）戒除（习惯） If you break a habit or if someone breaks you of it, you no longer have that habit.
If you continue to smoke, keep trying to break the habit...
The professor hoped to break the students of the habit of looking for easy answers.
VERB 瓦解…的决心；使丧失勇气；毁掉…的前程 To break someone means to destroy their determination and courage, their success, or their career.
He never let his jailers break him...
The newspapers and television can make or break you...
VERB 短暂休息；稍停 If someone breaks for a short period of time, they rest or change from what they are doing for a short period.
They broke for lunch.
N-COUNT 间歇；小憩 A break is a short period of time when you have a rest or a change from what you are doing, especially if you are working or if you are in a boring or unpleasant situation.
They may be able to help with childcare so that you can have a break...
I thought a 15 min break from his work would do him good...
N-COUNT 短假 A break is a short holiday.
They are currently taking a short break in Spain.
VERB （为短暂歇息而）打断（旅程） If you break your journey somewhere, you stop there for a short time so that you can have a rest.
Because of the heat we broke our journey at a small country hotel.
VERB 减弱（势头）；减轻（力度） To break the force of something such as a blow or fall means to weaken its effect, for example by getting in the way of it.
He sustained serious neck injuries after he broke someone's fall.
VERB （消息在报纸、电视或电台）发布，传播 When a piece of news breaks, people hear about it from the newspapers, television, or radio.
The news broke that the Prime Minister had resigned...
He resigned from his post as Bishop when the scandal broke.
VERB （通常以委婉的方式）透露，告知（坏消息） When you break a piece of bad news to someone, you tell it to them, usually in a kind way.
Then Louise broke the news that she was leaving me...
I worried for ages and decided that I had better break it to her.
N-COUNT 机遇；机会；好运 A break is a lucky opportunity that someone gets to achieve something.
He went into TV and got his first break playing opposite Sid James in the series 'Citizen James'.
VERB 打破（纪录） If you break a record, you beat the previous record for a particular achievement.
Carl Lewis has broken the world record in the 100 metres...
Jurassic Park had broken all box office records.
VERB （天）破晓 When day or dawn breaks, it starts to grow light after the night has ended.
They continued the search as dawn broke.
VERB （波浪)减势，落下 When a wave breaks, it passes its highest point and turns downwards, for example when it reaches the shore.
Danny listened to the waves breaking against the shore.
VERB 破解，破译（密码） If you break a secret code, you work out how to understand it.
It was feared they could break the Allies' codes.
VERB （因悲伤或害怕嗓音）突变，变调 If someone's voice breaks when they are speaking, it changes its sound, for example because they are sad or afraid.
Godfrey's voice broke, and halted.
VERB （男孩嗓音）变粗 When a boy's voice breaks, it becomes deeper and sounds more like a man's voice.
He sings with the strained discomfort of someone whose voice hasn't quite broken.
VERB （天气）突变；（风暴）骤起 If the weather breaks or a storm breaks, it suddenly becomes rainy or stormy after a period of sunshine.
I've been waiting for the weather to break...
She hoped she'd be able to reach the hotel before the storm broke.
VERB （网球比赛中）破，赢得（对手的发球局） In tennis, if you break your opponent's serve, you win a game in which your opponent is serving.
He broke McEnroe's serve.
PHRASE 破晓时分 The break of day or the break of dawn is the time when it begins to grow light after the night.
'I,' he finished poetically, 'will watch over you to the break of day.'
CONVENTION 别烦我了 You can say 'give me a break' to show that you are annoyed by what someone has said or done.
'I'm a real intellectual-type guy, Tracy,' James joked. 'Oh, give me a break,' Tracy moaned.
PHRASE 逃离；离开 If you make a break or make a break for it, you run to escape from something.
The moment had come to make a break or die...
Dan made a break for his car only to find the driver's door locked.