break in
Go into a building to steal something
Interrupt something
Train a horse to be ridden
Carefully use new products until they are fully functional.
break up
Break into many pieces
Close an educational institution for the holidays
Finish a relationship
Become inaudible over the telephone because of interference
break down
End negotiations unsuccessfully
Start crying
Stop working
Remove a barrier or obstacle
break out
Start (war, conflict)
break into
To enter illegally or by force, especially in order to commit a crime.
To open or begin to use.
To successfully enter a profession or business.
To begin suddenly.
break out of
break off
Break a piece from something
End a relationship
break out in
Sweat heavily, develop skin sores or irritation.
break away
Leave an organisation, usually to form a new one
break through
Pass a barrier or obstacle