break downWhen Johann did not come, we had to break down the castle door.
break upTo get maximum impact, break up the messages and the format.
try to breakHe would try to break you.’
break outSix tried to break out but two were recaptured by police.
break offThere may be a decision to break off negotiations precisely in order to achieve some end in those negotiations.
break through‘Then break through the shield!’
break it downOpen up, Jenna, before I break it down completely.’
break the deadlockBangor failed to break the deadlock in the 15th and 26th minutes when Paul Gray and Stephen Hill squandered two good chances.
break the lawI've got no right to do it, I break the law like anyone else.
break awayEven seemingly wild ideas may be aired at this point to break away from stale thinking.
have a breakCan we have a break now for fifteen minutes?
break freePolice say the boy, who hasn't been named, managed to break free and ran off.
should break‘Then don't you think you should break this off?’
break evenTherefore, if the firms involved are to break even, how should they do it?
preparedness to breakWe have to think of possible test factors which are related to both income and preparedness to break the law.