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break one's lanceTo engage in an honorable fight.Rate it:

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the doctor always err's on the side of caution.It means to make sure of, or to make the most ofRate it:

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break one's duckTo do something for the first time.Rate it:

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break one's duckTo score one's first run in an innings.Rate it:

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break inTo enter by force or illicit means.Rate it:

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break rankTo march or charge out of the designated order in a military unit.Rate it:

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break ranksTo march or charge out of the designated order in a military unit.Rate it:

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break evenTo stay the same; to neither advance nor regress.Rate it:

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break upTo break or separate into pieces; to disintegrate or come apart.Rate it:

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break awayTo leave suddenly.Rate it:

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break downTo fail.Rate it:

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break evenTo neither gain nor lose money.Rate it:

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break inNew function more naturally through use or wear.Rate it:

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break outTo escape, especially forcefully or defiantly.Rate it:

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break outTo separate from a bundle.Rate it:

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break upOf a telephone conversation, to cease to be understandable because of a bad connection.Rate it:

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lucky breakA stroke of luck; a fortunate event, particularly of the sort that propels one to success, fame, etc.Rate it:

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break downTo give more detail.Rate it:

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break offTo end abruptly, either temporarily or permanently.Rate it:

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break outTo begin suddenly; to emerge in a certain condition.Rate it:

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break upTo break or separate into pieces.Rate it:

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big breakA breakthrough, especially the first big hit of a previously unknown performer or performers in the entertainment industry.Rate it:

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break a lawTo violate a law.Rate it:

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break a leggood luckRate it:

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break a legA wish for a successful performance; primarily a valediction to an actor wishing him or her a successful theatrical stage performance.Rate it:

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break a legTo perform well in a theatrical production or comparable endeavor.Rate it:

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break a sweat , Karon Karter - The Complete Idiots Guide to the Pilates Method page 119.Rate it:

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break a sweatJanuary 2008, The Age - Walkovers blaze a trail for women's equal-pay theory.Rate it:

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break a sweatTo put effort into something.Rate it:

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break a sweatTo start sweating.Rate it:

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break coverUsed other than as an idiom. to come out of hiding; to become visible.Rate it:

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break coverto disclose one's real thoughts and intentions.Rate it:

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break downcease to functionRate it:

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break downTo become unstable, mentally or otherwise.Rate it:

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break downTo decay.Rate it:

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break groundTo begin digging in the earth at the start of a new construction, or, originally, for cultivation.Rate it:

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break groundTo initiate a new venture, or to advance beyond previous achievements.Rate it:

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break groundTo lift off the sea bottom when being weighed.Rate it:

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break in the caseA new discovery in a case.Rate it:

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break intoTo enter illegally or by force.Rate it:

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break intoTo open or begin to use.Rate it:

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break intoTo try to start in a profession or business.Rate it:

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break intoTo begin suddenly.Rate it:

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break new groundBy extension, to initiate a new venture.Rate it:

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break new groundTo begin excavating and levelling earth for a new building, or, originally, for cultivation.Rate it:

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break offTo remove a piece from a whole by breaking or snapping.Rate it:

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break outprison escapeRate it:

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break outTo bring out, use, or present.Rate it:

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break out of your shellWhen someone is a little shy.Rate it:

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break ranksTo publicly disagree with one's own group or organization.Rate it:

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