breakverb

  • ja壊す、割る、砕く
  • ento damage something and affect its function or stop it from working

Examples

1:11 / --:--
1.
NYPD, you're under arrest.
2.
Heading your way!
3.
Gotcha!
4.
My leg, my leg!
5.
You broke my other leg.
6.
Oh, this was supposed to be a safe event.
7.
Nothing to see here.
8.
Except for the bone, sticking out of the leg.
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8:11 / --:--
1.
- Let's do this, already. - Oh, woah, woah.
2.
What do you got, there? A weapon?
3.
It's a nice watch.
4.
I don't wanna break it on your ribs.
5.
- Huh. Alright, let's do this. - Alright.
6.
Question.
7.
If I don't care about my watch, can I use it as a weapon?
8.
What do you mean?
9.
Well, it's sharp. It's metal.
10.
I think I can do some, you know, serious damage with it.
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15:57 / --:--
1.
I'm going to break your arm next.
2.
Betty!
3.
Don't worry about me finding a man.
4.
I already have you to keep me in line.
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0:27 / --:--
1.
- I am so sorry. - Huh?
2.
What? It's going great.
3.
Punch me really hard in the stomach.
4.
Oh, okay.
5.
I think you broke my rib.
6.
Oh!
7.
Oh, you're really hurting me.
8.
Please, stop hurting me!
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121:09 / --:--
1.
I've said I'm sorry a million times.
2.
What do you want me to do, huh?
3.
What do you want?
4.
You want me to break my foot too?
5.
Okay, here, I'm gonna break my foot right now. There.
6.
Ow! Oh! Oh, God!
7.
Oh, my God!
8.
There. Are you happy now?
9.
Yeah, yeah.
10.
You know, now that you kicked the sign, hey, I don't miss Marcel anymore.
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7:45 / --:--
1.
Look kid, I tried to warn you.
2.
I can’t make things, I just break
3.
I love it!
4.
You do?

Other meanings for break...

breaknoun

  • ja休憩
  • enthe time in which a person stops doing something for a while, especially when it is time to eat or have a drink
6:37 / --:--
1.
Oh!
2.
You guys, this has to stop.
3.
Someone could have really gotten hurt.
4.
What if Meredith was taking her smoking break below that window?
5.
You know what would have happened?
6.
The shards of glass would have shaved her face right off.
7.
And yes, it might have been funny,
8.
but it also would have been incredibly tragic.
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3:25 / --:--
1.
And while Daryl Hannah is beautiful in a conventional way,
2.
you are luminous with a kind of a delicate grace.
3.
Then, that's when you started yelling.
4.
Okay, we're gonna take a short break.
5.
I think that guy's going home with more than a note.
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14:25 / --:--
1.
Hey, where are you going, Melissa?
2.
Take a break.
3.
What do you mean take a break?
4.
- It's her 20-minute break. - Y'all can work.
5.
I'm gonna take a break, is what I mean.
6.
I've been in there for *bleep* 2 hours, I can take a break.
7.
- Breaks are every 4 hours, not every 2 hours. - Uh-huh.
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0:06 / --:--
1.
Hey, buddy, you're working too hard.
2.
You should take a break.
3.
I don't know, man.
4.
Come on, are you hungry?
5.
- No. - Perfect. We're going to Stressagain's!
6.
Stressagain's!
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0:29 / --:--
1.
Just focus on your fish — pitch!
2.
Fish, fish, fish, fish, fish, fish, fish, fish, fish, fish, fish, fish, fish...fish.
3.
Hey, why don't you take a break?
4.
We can all see you're... floundering.
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breakverb

  • ja壊す、割る、折る、破る
  • ento be damaged and separated into two or more parts, as a result of force
24:29 / --:--
1.
So this is it?
2.
We're really gonna adopt?
3.
Yeah.
4.
Oh, my God, we're gonna be parents!
5.
We are gonna be great parents.
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And it could be soon.
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I mean, think about it.
8.
Right now, somewhere out there, our baby could be being conceived.
9.
Wait.
10.
If we're lucky and we're really, really, really quiet,
11.
we may be able to hear the sound of a condom breaking.
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0:28 / --:--
1.
So you were just borrowing those cars?
2.
Ask about his bank account.
3.
Ask about his bank account!
4.
Ask him about his bank... account.
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You should ask him about his bank account.
6.
Captain! Santiago broke the glass!
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6:23 / --:--
1.
Put the tacos on a stick.
2.
Then walk around and try to sell them.
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You can’t put tacos on a stick.
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They’ll break.
5.
Try it.
6.
See? It's impossible!
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0:54 / --:--
1.
Stupid piece of crap.
2.
Rosa, come on.
3.
You can't break a mouse in half.
4.
Oh, wow, you did.
6.
You really earn your rep.
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0:59 / --:--
1.
Number 8: Learn how to take off a woman's bra.
2.
- What? - We will demonstrate on Pam.
3.
- No. No. - And — Come on.
4.
You just twist your hand until...
5.
...something breaks.
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Ow!
7.
Well, you get the picture.
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1:54 / --:--
1.
Yaah! Oh!
2.
What are you doing?
3.
The glass didn't break!
4.
Get in here, JJ! Come on!
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1:56 / --:--
1.
"In case of emergency, break glass."
2.
Well, our regular teacher always breaks the glass with his head.
3.
With his head?
4.
- Oh, yeah! - He always does that.
5.
Well, if that's the way your regular teacher does it.
6.
Oh, don't forget to wiggle your butt first.
7.
Alright.
8.
Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle.
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1:42 / --:--
1.
You broke the brake!
2.
I didn't break the brake.
3.
You broke the brake!
4.
Break it up!
5.
If we die because of you two, I'm gonna kill you!
4:53 / --:--
1.
- Can you break wood with your hands? - Yes.
2.
Oh, can we see?
3.
Yeah.
4.
- Wait. - You wanna hold it?
5.
Hiya!
6.
Okay, 1, 2, 3. Ah!
7.
Wow.
8.
Ah!
9.
Whoa.
0:32 / --:--
1.
Dude!
2.
That was the most awesome freaking thing I've seen in my freaking life!
3.
I just stole a bunch of stuff from Miley Cyrus' house.
4.
You wanna go break it?
5.
Yeah!
6.
Yeah!