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过去式broke 过去式broken 过去式breaking 过去式breaks 

1 . It was feared they could breakthe Allies' codes.



2 . He charged into the crowd. "Breakit up," he shouted.



3 . I feel as if I should breakinto song.



4 . I didn't mean to breakhis nose. I just saw red.



5 . A sudden breakin the cloud allowed rescuers to spot Michael Benson.




break down

1 . 使崩溃;毁坏

break in

2 . 驯服,习惯于:为一目的而训练或使…适应

break into

3 . 打断

break off

4 . 扯断,断裂:通过扭曲,撕扯分开

break out

5 . 出皮疹:被皮疹感染,如丘疹

break through

6 . 突破,穿过:冲破障碍突然、迅速地前进

break up

7 . 打破…的统一性或连贯性

break one's back

8 . 努力做成某事

break the back of

9 . 完成某项任务中最困难的部分

break the bank1. we've broken the back of the problem.我们已经解决了这个问题的最困难的部分。break one's duck1. we've broken the back of the problem.我们已经解决了这个问题的最困难的部分。break someone's heart1. we've broken the back of the problem.我们已经解决了这个问题的最困难的部分。break a leg!

10 . (舞台俚语)好运气!

break the mouldbreak of day

11 . 破晓

break rankbreak (someone's) serve (或 service)

12 . 对方发球己方得分,破发

break ship

13 . (航海)(船员)逾假不归

break stepgive someone a break

14 . (非正式)停止给某人施加压力

make a break for

15 . (尤指为逃跑而)冲向

make a clean break

16 . 彻底脱离(某种环境或关系)

that's (或 them's) the breaks

17 . (北美,非正式)到头来总是这个样(表示甘愿逆来顺受)

break away

18 . 挣脱,逃脱

break something down

19 . 毁坏(门或其他障碍)

break forth

20 . 爆发,迸发

break free

21 . 同 break away

break someone in

22 . 使某人熟悉新工作(或新环境)

break something in

23 . 使(新物件等)经使用后逐渐变得合用,磨合(尤指将新鞋逐渐穿得舒服合脚)

break in on

24 . 打断

break something off

25 . 断开,撕开

break something open

26 . 打破,冲破

break out in

27 . (人体)突感不适

break out of

28 . 逃脱

break something out

29 . (非正式)打开(或开启)…以供使用

break someone up

30 . (主 北美)使心烦,使烦恼

break something up

31 . 打碎,打破

break with

32 . 与(…某人)关系破裂


break a leg

1 . 用来祝愿某人(如演员)演出成功

break bread

2 . 一道用餐

break camp

3 . 打好背包,离开露营地

break cover

4 . 离开隐蔽处:从安全的地方或隐蔽的地方露出

break even

5 . 收支相抵:获得与投资相等的利润,如在商业冒险中

break new ground

6 . 更好成绩:在以前取得的成绩上更进一步

break (one's) neck

7 . 竭尽全力:尽最大可能的努力

break rank 或 break ranks

8 . 秩序混乱,如士兵的队列

break (someone's) heart

9 . 极为失望或沮丧

break (someone's) service【体育运动】

10 . 网球中接发球得分

break the ice

11 . 开始

break wind

12 . 放屁

vt.& vi.
Old English brecan(verb), of Germanic origin; related to Dutch brekenand German brechen, from an Indo-European root shared by Latin frangereto breakmid 19th cent.: perhaps from 16th-cent. brakecage, later framework, of unknown origin

1.some abrupt occurrence that interrupts;

the telephone is an annoying interruption

2.an unexpected piece of good luck;

he finally got his big break

3.(geology) a crack in the earth's crust resulting from the displacement of one side with respect to the other;

they built it right over a geological fault

4.a personal or social separation (as between opposing factions);

they hoped to avoid a break in relations

5.a pause from doing something (as work);

we took a 10-minute break

6.the act of breaking something;

the breakage was unavoidable

7.a time interval during which there is a temporary cessation of something

8.breaking of hard tissue such as bone;

it was a nasty fracture

9.the occurrence of breaking;

the break in the dam threatened the valley

10. the opening shot that scatters the balls in billiards or pool

11. (tennis) a score consisting of winning a game when your opponent was serving;

he was up two breaks in the second set

12. an act of delaying or interrupting the continuity;

it was presented without commercial breaks

13. a sudden dash;

he made a break for the open door

14. any frame in which a bowler fails to make a strike or spare;

the break in the eighth frame cost him the match

15. an escape from jail;

the breakout was carefully planned



She interrupted her pregnancy

2.become separated into pieces or fragments;

The figurine broke

3.destroy the integrity of; usually by force; cause to separate into pieces or fragments;

He broke the glass plate

4.render inoperable or ineffective;

You broke the alarm clock when you took it apart!

5.ruin completely;

He busted my radio!

6.act in disregard of laws and rules;

offend all laws of humanity

7.move away or escape suddenly;

The horses broke from the stable

8.scatter or part;

The clouds broke after the heavy downpour

9.force out or release suddenly and often violently something pent up;

break into tears

10. prevent completion;

stop the project

11. enter someone's property in an unauthorized manner, usually with the intent to steal or commit a violent act;

Someone broke in while I was on vacation

12. make submissive, obedient, or useful;

The horse was tough to break

13. fail to agree with; be in violation of; as of rules or patterns;

This sentence violates the rules of syntax

14. surpass in excellence;

She bettered her own record

15. make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret;

The auction house would not disclose the price at which the van Gogh had sold

16. come into being;

light broke over the horizon

17. stop operating or functioning;

The engine finally went

18. interrupt a continued activity;

She had broken with the traditional patterns

19. make a rupture in the ranks of the enemy or one's own by quitting or fleeing;

The ranks broke

20. curl over and fall apart in surf or foam, of waves;

The surf broke

21. lessen in force or effect;

soften a shock

22. be broken in;

If the new teacher won't break, we'll add some stress

23. come to an end;

The heat wave finally broke yesterday

24. vary or interrupt a uniformity or continuity;

The flat plain was broken by tall mesas

25. cause to give up a habit;

She finally broke herself of smoking cigarettes

26. give up;

break cigarette smoking

27. come forth or begin from a state of latency;

The first winter storm broke over New York

28. happen or take place;

Things have been breaking pretty well for us in the past few months

29. cause the failure or ruin of;

His peccadilloes finally broke his marriage

30. invalidate by judicial action;

The will was broken

31. discontinue an association or relation; go different ways;

The business partners broke over a tax question

32. assign to a lower position; reduce in rank;

She was demoted because she always speaks up

33. reduce to bankruptcy;

My daughter's fancy wedding is going to break me!

34. change directions suddenly

35. emerge from the surface of a body of water;

The whales broke

36. break down, literally or metaphorically;

The wall collapsed

37. do a break dance;

Kids were break-dancing at the street corner

38. exchange for smaller units of money;

I had to break a $100 bill just to buy the candy

39. destroy the completeness of a set of related items;

The book dealer would not break the set

40. make the opening shot that scatters the balls

41. separate from a clinch, in boxing;

The referee broke the boxers

42. go to pieces;

The lawn mower finally broke

43. break a piece from a whole;

break a branch from a tree

44. become punctured or penetrated;

The skin broke

45. pierce or penetrate;

The blade broke her skin

46. be released or become known; of news;

News of her death broke in the morning

47. cease an action temporarily;

We pause for station identification

48. interrupt the flow of current in;

break a circuit

49. undergo breaking;

The simple vowels broke in many Germanic languages

50. find a flaw in;

break an alibi

51. find the solution or key to;

break the code

52. change suddenly from one tone quality or register to another;

Her voice broke to a whisper when she started to talk about her children

53. happen;

Report the news as it develops

54. become fractured; break or crack on the surface only;

The glass cracked when it was heated

55. of the male voice in puberty;

his voice is breaking--he should no longer sing in the choir

56. fall sharply;

stock prices broke

57. fracture a bone of;

I broke my foot while playing hockey

58. diminish or discontinue abruptly;

The patient's fever broke last night

59. weaken or destroy in spirit or body;

His resistance was broken



2. 动作中断

3. 停顿现象

4. 休息时间

5. 器械破裂

6. 调教










2. break-even 核聚变中能量的。



2. break-time

3. 穿通

4. break-through




1 . 打破

...iner,意思是“to dine(吃饭)”。起源于拉丁语的一个俗语disjejunare;dis即“break(打破)”;jejunare,“fast(斋戒)”;意即“打破斋戒”、“开斋”、“吃饭”,这一点同break.

2 . 断

...;冠军称号):champ(大声地嚼)+i+on+ship(船),大声地嚼爱在上船时显示“冠军身份”。77、 lawbreaking(犯法,违法):law+break(打破,弄断)+ing,“违法”就是法律正在被打破。78、 anonymous(匿名的,无名的,姓氏不明的):an+ony+mous,一个仅有的冒死“匿.

3 . 休息

...于是连带着Accept也承担着近乎残酷的演出压力,他们唯一的break(休息)恐怕只能来自他们最新专辑的名称了,,(Breaker)。不过,这次演出对Accept意义十分之巨大,因为他们借此打开了创造属于他们自身的世界性盛誉的光辉之门。在随同重金属教父Judas Priest.

4 . 破裂

...“-fostr-”: feed; food(食物;滋养)→foster“-frac-/-frag-”: break(打破,破裂)→fraction; fracture; fragile;fragment

+break and knife break

1 . 断点断刀

continue to engrave after point - break and knife break . hold more than 9 points .具有断点断刀续雕功能,支持多达9个点,可任意位置随心所欲进行雕刻.

+break point and break

1 . 断点断

break point and break knife continue engraving function , can engrave at any place as you like .断点断刀续雕功能,可任意位置随心所欲进行雕刻。

+breaking my heart breaking

1 . 伤透我心

where ure breaking my heart breaking my heart., 你伤透我心的那一段.

+breaking a break

1 . 非法进入

There were no signs of breaking a break - inand investigators do not suspect foul play ., 调查人员没发现有人非法进入, 也没有怀疑谋杀.

1.Oh,what you said! I'm breaking out into assholes? No!



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