DICTIONARY

break

動詞
  • ja

    壊す、割る、砕く

    Globify による定義
  • en

    to damage something and affect its function or stop it from working

    Globify による定義
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Gotcha!
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My leg, my leg!
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You broke my other leg.
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Oh, this was supposed to be a safe event.
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I'm going to break your arm next.
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Betty!
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Don't worry about me finding a man.
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I already have you to keep me in line.
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Punch me really hard in the stomach.
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Oh, okay.
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I think you broke my rib.
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It won't stop spinning.
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- What's wrong with it? - You broke it.
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They actually mo— Oh, I broke it.
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    壊す、壊れる、割る、割れる、折る、折れる

  • en

    to be damaged and separated into two or more parts, as a result of force

  • You can't break a mouse in half.

    From Cold Open: A Garlic Bread Emergency - Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Episode Highlight)

  • Captain! Santiago broke the glass.

    From Jake Is Always Blaming Amy - Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Mashup)

  • They’ll break.

    From Miranda Cosgrove Through the Years! ? 2004-2017 | NickRewind

  • And 1 more example...
名詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    休憩

  • en

    the time in which a person stops doing something for a while, especially when it is time to eat or have a drink

  • Okay, we're gonna take a short break.

    From Friends: Phoebe Sings About Her Dead Mom (Season 1 Clip) | TBS

  • Take a break.

    From The WORST Bartenders of Bar Rescue Season 6 ?‍♂️

  • You should take a break.

    From Stressagains: The Restaurant for Stress-Eating

  • And 3 more examples...