||move away, go away from, stop doing or using
||She tried to break away when the cult leader asked for her savings.
||stay out later than the rules allow
||If you break curfew, the coach will remind you of the rules.
||fail, not operate, out of order
||If that copier breaks down again I'm going to give it away.
||operate or drive slowly when it is new
||When I bought my first new car, Dad said to break it in carefully.
||break a door or window to enter, break and enter
||I couldn't believe that my son would break into a store.
|break into song
||begin to sing suddenly, sing without warning
||One of our teachers used to break into song when he taught poetry.
||tell a friend that you wish to stop seeing him
||She wonders if she should break off her relationship with Liam.
||escape, get away, bust out
||He was shot trying to break out of prison - trying to escape.
||happen suddenly, erupt
||A riot will break out if you don't talk to the strikers.
|break out in a rash
||have a rash appear on your skin
||When the temperature goes over 30° the baby breaks out in a rash.