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breaks
[breɪks] [breks]

  • n. 地形突变;岩层中之小断层(break的复数)
  • v. 破坏;中断(动词break的单数)
  • n. (Breaks)人名;(英)布雷克斯

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  散场

青春慢慢地散场(Breaks),我们的感情还在继续,这一生,因为有你,我永远不悔。下辈子我要做你的一颗牙,至少,我难受,你也会疼

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  岩层中之小断层

石油英语词汇(B5)生物化学专业英语词汇 ... breakpoint转效点;断点 breaks岩层中之小断层 breakthrough capacity漏过能量 ...

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  适度的休息

3.Breaks(适度的休息):每一事情或者阅读10分钟应看远处10秒,让眼睛可以放松。每一事情或者阅读1小时,应该休息5分钟,可以做些眼睛运动,让眼睛休息。

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短语

the breaks 运气不佳 ; 详细翻译

cross breaks 横折 ; 详细翻译

Day breaks 天亮了 ; 唱片名 ; 黎明时分

Rest Breaks 中场休息

staggered breaks 错开切断 ; 详细翻译

flower breaks 花裂病 ; 详细翻译

Big breaks 大课间

minus breaks 净工作时间

approved breaks 实际中断时间

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  • 地形突变
  • 岩层中之小断层

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break

  • n.
    • some abrupt occurrence that interrupts an ongoing activity

      "there was a break in the action when a player was hurt"

      同义词: interruption

    • an unexpected piece of good luck

      "he finally got his big break"

      同义词: good luck happy chance

    • (geology) a crack in the earth's crust resulting from the displacement of one side with respect to the other

      同义词: fault faulting geological fault shift fracture

    • a personal or social separation (as between opposing factions)

      "they hoped to avoid a break in relations"

      同义词: rupture breach severance rift falling out

    • a pause from doing something (as work)

      "we took a 10-minute break"

      同义词: respite recess time out

    • the act of breaking something

      "the breakage was unavoidable"

      同义词: breakage breaking

    • a time interval during which there is a temporary cessation of something

      同义词: pause intermission interruption suspension

    • breaking of hard tissue such as bone

      "the break seems to have been caused by a fall"

      同义词: fracture

    • the occurrence of breaking

      "the break in the dam threatened the valley"

    • an abrupt change in the tone or register of the voice (as at puberty or due to emotion)

      "then there was a break in her voice"

    • the opening shot that scatters the balls in billiards or pool
    • (tennis) a score consisting of winning a game when your opponent was serving

      "he was up two breaks in the second set"

      同义词: break of serve

    • an act of delaying or interrupting the continuity

      "it was presented without commercial breaks"

      同义词: interruption disruption gap

    • a sudden dash

      "he made a break for the open door"

    • any frame in which a bowler fails to make a strike or spare

      "the break in the eighth frame cost him the match"

      同义词: open frame

    • an escape from jail

      "the breakout was carefully planned"

      同义词: breakout jailbreak gaolbreak prisonbreak prison-breaking

  • v.
    • terminate

      "break a lucky streak"; " break the cycle of poverty"

      同义词: interrupt

    • become separated into pieces or fragments

      同义词: separate split up fall apart come apart

    • destroy the integrity of; usually by force; cause to separate into pieces or fragments
    • render inoperable or ineffective
    • ruin completely

      同义词: bust

    • act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises

      "break a law"; " break a promise"

      同义词: transgress offend infract violate go against breach

    • move away or escape suddenly

      "Nobody can break out--this prison is high security"

      同义词: break out break away

    • scatter or part
    • force out or release suddenly and often violently something pent up

      "break into tears"

      同义词: burst erupt

    • prevent completion

      "break off the negotiations"

      同义词: break off discontinue stop

    • enter someone's property in an unauthorized manner, usually with the intent to steal or commit a violent act

      同义词: break in

    • make submissive, obedient, or useful

      "The horse was tough to break"

      同义词: break in

    • fail to agree with; be in violation of; as of rules or patterns

      同义词: violate go against

    • surpass in excellence

      "break a record"

      同义词: better

    • make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret

      同义词: unwrap disclose let on bring out reveal discover expose divulge impart give away let out

    • come into being
    • stop operating or functioning

      同义词: fail go bad give way die give out conk out go break down

    • interrupt a continued activity

      同义词: break away

    • make a rupture in the ranks of the enemy or one's own by quitting or fleeing
    • curl over and fall apart in surf or foam, of waves
    • lessen in force or effect

      "break a fall"

      同义词: dampen damp soften weaken

    • be broken in

      "If the new teacher won't break, we'll add some stress"

    • come to an end
    • vary or interrupt a uniformity or continuity
    • cause to give up a habit
    • give up

      "break cigarette smoking"

    • come forth or begin from a state of latency
    • happen or take place

      "Things have been breaking pretty well for us in the past few months"

    • cause the failure or ruin of

      "This play will either make or break the playwright"

    • invalidate by judicial action
    • discontinue an association or relation; go different ways

      同义词: separate part split up split break up

    • assign to a lower position; reduce in rank

      同义词: demote bump relegate kick downstairs

    • reduce to bankruptcy

      "My daughter's fancy wedding is going to break me!"

      同义词: bankrupt ruin smash

    • change directions suddenly
    • emerge from the surface of a body of water
    • break down, literally or metaphorically

      同义词: collapse fall in cave in give give way founder

    • do a break dance

      "Kids were break-dancing at the street corner"

      同义词: break dance break-dance

    • exchange for smaller units of money

      "I had to break a $100 bill just to buy the candy"

    • destroy the completeness of a set of related items

      "The book dealer would not break the set"

      同义词: break up

    • make the opening shot that scatters the balls
    • separate from a clinch, in boxing
    • go to pieces

      同义词: wear wear out bust fall apart

    • break a piece from a whole

      "break a branch from a tree"

      同义词: break off snap off

    • become punctured or penetrated
    • pierce or penetrate
    • be released or become known; of news

      同义词: get out get around

    • cease an action temporarily

      "let's break for lunch"

      同义词: pause intermit

    • interrupt the flow of current in

      "break a circuit"

    • undergo breaking
    • find a flaw in

      "break an alibi"; " break down a proof"

    • find the solution or key to

      "break the code"

    • change suddenly from one tone quality or register to another
    • happen

      同义词: recrudesce develop

    • become fractured; break or crack on the surface only

      同义词: crack check

    • crack; of the male voice in puberty

      "his voice is breaking--he should no longer sing in the choir"

    • fall sharply
    • fracture a bone of

      同义词: fracture

    • diminish or discontinue abruptly
    • weaken or destroy in spirit or body

以上来源于: WordNet

 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

  DAMAGE OR DESTROY

break /breɪk/ CET4 TEM4 ( breaking, broke, broken, breaks )

  • 1. 

    V-T/V-I When an object breaks or when you break it, it suddenly separates into two or more pieces, often because it has been hit or dropped. 打碎; 破碎

    例:

    He fell through the window, breaking the glass.

    他打破玻璃,从窗口摔了出去。

    例:

    The plate broke.

    盘子碎了。

    例:

    The plane broke into three pieces.

    那架飞机碎成了3块。

  • 2. 

    V-T/V-I If you break a part of your body such as your leg, your arm, or your nose, or if a bone breaks, you are injured because a bone cracks or splits. 弄折 (骨头); 骨折

    例:

    She broke a leg in a skiing accident.

    她在一次滑雪事故中摔断了一条腿。

    例:

    Old bones break easily.

    老骨头容易骨折。

  • 3. 

    N-COUNT Break is also a noun. 骨折

    例:

    It has caused a bad break to Gabriella's leg.

    这导致了加布里埃拉的一条腿严重骨折。

  • 4. 

    V-T/V-I If a surface, cover, or seal breaks or if something breaks it, a hole or tear is made in it, so that a substance can pass through. 拆裂; 开裂

    例:

    Once you've broken the seal of a bottle there's no way you can put it back together again.

    一旦你撕开瓶子的封口,就没法将它重新合上。

    例:

    The bandage must be put on when the blister breaks.

    水疱破口后必须包扎上绷带。

  • 5. 

    V-T/V-I When a tool or piece of machinery breaks or when you break it, it is damaged and no longer works. 损坏

    例:

    When the clutch broke, the car was locked into second gear.

    离合器损坏了后,那辆轿车被锁在了二档。

  STOP OR CHANGE SOMETHING

break /breɪk/ ( breaking, broke, broken, breaks )

  • V-T/V-I

  • 1. 

    V-T If someone breaks something, especially a difficult or unpleasant situation that has existed for some time, they end it or change it. 结束; 打破 (困难或不快的情形)

    例:

    We need to break the vicious cycle of violence and counterviolence.

    我们需要结束暴力和反暴力的恶性循环。

    例:

    New proposals have been put forward to break the deadlock among rival factions.

    新的提议已被提出来以打破对立派之间的僵局。

  • 2. 

    N-COUNT Break is also a noun. 结束; (对困难或不快的情形的) 打破

    例:

    Nothing that might lead to a break in the deadlock has been discussed yet.

    任何可能促成僵局破除的举措尚未被讨论。

  • 3. 

    V-T If someone or something breaks a silence, they say something or make a noise after a long period of silence. 打破 (沉默)

    例:

    Hugh broke the silence. "Is she always late?" he asked.

    休打破了沉默。问道:“她总是迟到吗?”

  • 4. 

    V-T/V-I If you break with a group of people or a traditional way of doing things, or you break your connection with them, you stop being involved with that group or stop doing things in that way. 断绝 (关系); 打破 (传统)

    例:

    In 1959, Akihito broke with imperial tradition by marrying a commoner.

    1959年,明仁天皇打破皇室传统,与一个平民结了婚。

    例:

    They were determined to break from precedent.

    他们决心打破先例。

  • 5. 

    N-COUNT Break is also a noun. (对关系的) 断绝; (对传统的) 打破

    例:

    Making a completely clean break with the past, the couple got rid of all their old furniture.

    为了与过去断得一干二净,这对夫妻丢弃了他们所有的旧家具。

  • 6. 

    V-T If you break a habit or if someone breaks you of it, you no longer have that habit. 戒除 (习惯)

    例:

    If you continue to smoke, keep trying to break the habit.

    如果你继续吸烟,继续试着戒掉这一习惯吧。

  • 7. 

    V-I If someone breaks for a short period of time, they rest or change from what they are doing for a short period. (短暂) 休息

    例:

    They broke for lunch.

    他们停下来吃午饭。

  • 8. 

    N-COUNT A break is a short period of time when you have a rest or a change from what you are doing, especially if you are working or if you are in a boring or unpleasant situation. 短暂休息

    例:

    They may be able to help with childcare so that you can have a break.

    他们或许能帮忙看孩子,这样你可以歇歇。

    例:

    I thought a 15 minute break from his work would do him good.

    我认为15分钟的工作休息对他会有好处。

  • 9. 

    N-COUNT A break is a short holiday. 短假

    例:

    They are currently taking a short break in Spain.

    他们目前在西班牙休短假。

  • 10. 

    V-T If you break your journey somewhere, you stop there for a short time so that you can have a rest. (旅行中) 使歇脚

    例:

    We broke our journey at a small country hotel.

    我们在一家小乡村旅店歇了歇脚。

  OTHER USES

break /breɪk/ ( breaking, broke, broken, breaks )

  • V-T

  • 1. 

    V-T If you break a rule, promise, or agreement, you do something that you should not do according to that rule, promise, or agreement. 违反

    例:

    We didn't know we were breaking the law.

    我们那时不知道我们在违法。

    例:

    The company has consistently denied it had knowingly broken arms embargoes.

    该公司始终否认故意违反了武器禁运规定。

  • 2. 

    V-I If you break free or loose, you free yourself from something or escape from it. 挣脱

    例:

    She broke free by thrusting her elbow into his chest.

    她用胳膊肘猛杵他的胸部挣脱了开来。

  • 3. 

    V-T To break the force of something such as a blow or fall means to weaken its effect, for example, by getting in the way of it. 减弱 (打击、坠落等的力度)

    例:

    He sustained serious neck injuries after he broke someone's fall.

    他被坠落的人砸中之后受了严重颈伤。

  • 4. 

    V-I When a piece of news breaks, people hear about it from the newspapers, television, or radio. (消息) 传开

    例:

    The news broke that Montgomery was under investigation.

    消息传出说蒙哥马利在受到调查。

  • 5. 

    V-T When you break a piece of bad news to someone, you tell it to them, usually in a kind way. (常指善意地) 说出 (不好的消息)

    例:

    Then Louise broke the news that she was leaving me.

    之后路易丝说出了她要离开我的消息。

  • 6. 

    N-COUNT A break is a lucky opportunity that someone gets to achieve something. 时来运转 [非正式]

    例:

    Her first break came when she was chosen out of 100 guitarists auditioning for a spot on Michael Jackson's tour.

    她的第一次时来运转是被从100名吉他手的试奏中选出来参加迈克尔·杰克逊的巡演。

  • 7. 

    V-T If you break a record, you beat the previous record for a particular achievement. 打破 (记录)

    例:

    Carl Lewis has broken the world record in the 100 metres.

    卡尔·刘易斯打破了百米赛跑的世界纪录。

  • 8. 

    V-I When day or dawn breaks, it starts to grow light after the night has ended. 破晓

    例:

    They continued the search as dawn broke.

    他们在天亮之后继续搜寻。

  • 9. 

    V-I When a wave breaks, it passes its highest point and turns downward, for example, when it reaches the shore. (波浪) 落下

    例:

    Danny listened to the waves breaking against the shore.

    丹尼听着波浪拍岸的声音。

  • 10. 

    V-T If you break a secret code, you work out how to understand it. 破解 (密码)

    例:

    It was feared they could break the Allies' codes.

    只怕他们能破解盟军的密码。

  • 11. 

    V-I If someone's voice breaks when they are speaking, it changes its sound, for example, because they are sad or afraid. (嗓音因悲伤、害怕等而) 变调

    例:

    Godfrey's voice broke, and halted.

    戈弗雷的嗓音变了调,然后停了下来。

  • 12. 

    V-I When a boy's voice breaks, it becomes deeper and sounds more like a man's voice. (男孩) 变声

    例:

    He sings with the strained discomfort of someone whose voice hasn't quite broken.

    他紧张不适地唱着, 嗓音像个还未完全变声的人。

  • 13. 

    V-I If the weather breaks or a storm breaks, it suddenly becomes rainy or stormy after a period of sunshine. (天气) 突变; (暴风雨) 骤起

    例:

    I've been waiting for the weather to break.

    我一直在等待下雨。

  • 15. 

    to break even →see even

  • 16. 

    to break new ground →see ground

  • 17. 

    to break someone's heart →see heart

  • 18. 

    all hell breaks loose →see hell

  • 19. 

    to break the ice →see ice

  • 20. 

    to break ranks →see rank

  • 21. 

    to break wind →see wind

词组短语同近义词

break through 突破;突围;有重要创见

break up 打碎,破碎;结束;解散;衰落

break down 分解;发生故障;失败;毁掉;制服

take a break 休息一下

break out v. 爆发;突发

break in 打断;闯入;训练;使逐渐习惯

break away 脱离;放弃;逃跑

break into 闯入;破门而入

break away from vt. 放弃;脱离……

break of v. 放弃;改掉(习惯)

break from v. 决裂

break with v. 结束;与…绝交,和…断绝关系;和…决裂

break off 折断;突然停止,暂停

break out of 摆脱(束缚等);突破…

elongation at break 断裂伸长;断裂延伸率;破坏时伸长量

break up with 跟…分手;与…断绝关系

break the law 违法

give me a break 让我休息一下

could break 可能破碎

make or break 要么成功要么毁灭

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双语例句原声例句权威例句

  • The moonbeam breaks through rifted clouds.

    月光穿过云层缝隙照射下来

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  • If one of us breaks a rule, we all should be punished.

    如果我们一个违反规则,那我们大家都受到惩罚

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  • If someone hurts you , betrays you ,or breaks your heart,forgive them,for they have helped you learn about trust and the importance of being cautious when you open your heart.

    如果有人伤害了背叛了伤了你的心原谅他们把因为他们帮助理解信任,让懂得了在敞开心扉保持精神重要

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  • This is when a bone is bent and breaks along only one side, like a young stick of wood.

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  • When it breaks this bond, that chlorine atom, a free chlorine atom comes down and reacts, this is ozone, with the ozone in the upper atmosphere.

    当它打破这个化学键,氯原子,一个自由的氯原子下来,和在大气层的上方的臭氧反应,这就是臭氧,在大气上层有臭氧。

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  • So, let's look, Act II Scene II. You remember this, Romeo: "but soft, what light through yonder window breaks. It is the east, and Juliet is the sun."

    让我们一起看,第二幕第二场,你们记得吧,罗密欧说,但是,温和的,那边窗子里,亮起来的是什么光,那就是东方,朱丽叶就是太阳“

    麻省理工公开课 - 固态化学导论课程节选

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词组短语

break through 突破;突围;有重要创见

break up 打碎,破碎;结束;解散;衰落

break down 分解;发生故障;失败;毁掉;制服

take a break 休息一下

break out v. 爆发;突发

break in 打断;闯入;训练;使逐渐习惯

break away 脱离;放弃;逃跑

break into 闯入;破门而入

break away from vt. 放弃;脱离……

break of v. 放弃;改掉(习惯)

break from v. 决裂

break with v. 结束;与…绝交,和…断绝关系;和…决裂

break off 折断;突然停止,暂停

break out of 摆脱(束缚等);突破…

elongation at break 断裂伸长;断裂延伸率;破坏时伸长量

break up with 跟…分手;与…断绝关系

break the law 违法

give me a break 让我休息一下

could break 可能破碎

make or break 要么成功要么毁灭

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