break

英 [breɪk] 美 [brek]

n. 中断,休息时间,中止
vt. 打破,折断,破碎;使中止,打断;破坏
vi. 打破,破碎

词形变化

时 态:broke, bro·ken, break·ing, breaks

常用短语
与 break 相关的例句
  • 1.

    小鲍勃的一只手被碎玻璃割破了。

    Little Bob cut his hand on the broken glass.

  • 2.

    这次的经济萧条已经使我们破产了。

    This recession has left us Broke.

  • 3.

    我们不能坐视这些人违犯法律。

    We can't just sit by while these people break the law.

  • 4.

    瑕不掩瑜

    An inch breaks no square .

  • 5.

    飞行员必须自损坏的飞机中跳伞。

    The pilot had to Bail out of the Broken plane.

英英解释

共16个名词解释

1.

some abrupt occurrence that interrupts an ongoing activity
[] interruption,break
    []
  1. the telephone is an annoying interruption
  2. there was a break in the action when a player was hurt

2.

a time interval during which there is a temporary cessation of something
[] intermission,interruption,break,pause,suspension

3.

an unexpected piece of good luck
[] good luck,happy chance,break
    []
  1. he finally got his big break

4.

a personal or social separation (as between opposing factions)
[] falling out,breach,break,rift,rupture,severance
    []
  1. they hoped to avoid a break in relations

5.

a pause from doing something (as work)
[] break,recess,respite,time out
    []
  1. we took a 10-minute break
  2. he took time out to recuperate

共59个动词解释

1.

surpass in excellence
[] better,break
    []
  1. She bettered her own record
  2. break a record

2.

make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret
[] disclose,discover,divulge,expose,give away,impart,break,bring out,let on,let out,reveal,unwrap
    []
  1. The auction house would not disclose the price at which the van Gogh had sold
  2. The actress won't reveal how old she is
  3. bring out the truth
  4. he broke the news to her
  5. unwrap the evidence in the murder ca

3.

force out or release suddenly and often violently something pent up
[] erupt,break,burst
    []
  1. break into tears
  2. erupt in anger

4.

cease an action temporarily
[] intermit,break,pause
    []
  1. We pause for station identification
  2. let's break for lunch

5.

act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises
[] go against,infract,breach,break,offend,transgress,violate
[] keep,observe
    []
  1. offend all laws of humanity
  2. violate the basic laws or human civilization
  3. break a law
  4. break a promise

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