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commercial {adj} [e.g. art, break, message, spot]
8
Werbe- [z. B. Grafik, Pause, Botschaft, Spot]
comp. print publ. page {adj} [attr.] [e.g. break, counter, format, heading, layout, reference]
5
Seiten- [z. B. Umbruch, Zähler, Format, Überschrift, Gestaltung, Angabe]
enforced {adj} [e.g. appearance, break, prostitution, stay]Zwangs- [z. B. Vorführung, Pause, Prostitution, Aufenthalt]
Verbs
to snap [break]
1592
zerbrechen
to smash sth. [violently break into pieces]
1098
etw.Akk. zertrümmern
to break sth. [break off]
654
etw. abbrechen
to snap [break loose, chip]
436
abbrechen
to drop [break down]
381
zusammenbrechen
to split sth. [split up, break down]
381
etw. aufspalten
to burst [break out]
361
losbrechen
to break sth. [smash, break to pieces]
342
etw. zertrümmern
to split [break into small pieces]
342
zersplittern
to burst [break]
341
zerbrechen
to break sth. [break off]
327
etw. abknicken [abbrechen]
to issue [break forth, burst forth]
244
hervorbrechen
biochem. chem. to decompose sth. [break down]
235
etw.Akk. zerlegen [spalten, zersetzen]
to shatter sth. [smash, violently break into pieces]
169
etw.Akk. zertrümmern
to halt [break]
44
innehalten [geh.]
to chamfer [to break corner]
18
anfasen [Kante brechen]
to smash sth. [break in pieces]
13
etw. kleinkriegen [ugs.] [zerschlagen]
to break sth. [break off]
9
etw. losbrechen [abbrechen]
to kill sth. [break off, call off]
7
etw. abbrechen
to collapse [person: break down from exhaustion]
5
zusammenklappen [ugs.] [Person: vor Erschöpfung]
phys. [to break glass by singing tones of high frequencies]zersingen [durch Singen eines Tones von hoher Schwingung Glas zerspringen lassen]
[to escape, make off, run away, break out] ausbüchsen [FALSCH für: ausbüxen]
to disband [to break up] [group]sich auflösen [nicht länger bestehen] [Gruppe]
to outfling [archaic] [to break forth]hervorbrechen
med. to recrudesce [break out or become active again, e.g. a disease, an epidemic]wieder aufflackern [z. B. eine Krankheit, Infektion]
to unseal sth. [break the seal of sth.]das Siegel etw.Gen. / von etw.Dat. aufbrechen
to unseal sth. [break the seal of sth.]das Siegel etw.Gen. / von etw.Dat. brechen
to unseal sth. [break the seal of sth.]das Siegel etw.Gen. / von etw.Dat. erbrechen [geh.] [veraltend]
to welsh [coll.] [break one's word]sein Wort brechen
Nouns
halt [break]
130
Pause {f}
smoko [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [tea break]
16
Teepause {f}
breather [break]Päuschen {n}
mus. cierre [salsa break][rhythmischer Salsa-Break]
disconnection [connection break]Verbindungsabbruch {m}
halt [break, rest]Rast {f}
smoko [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [cigarette break]Raucherpause {f}
timeout [break](kurze) Pause {f}
2 Words: Others
What luck! [What a lucky break!]Welch ein Glück!
2 Words: Verbs
to break freesichAkk. befreien [break loose]
to break free [break loose]losbrechen [sich lösen / ablösen]
to break open sth. [also: to break sth. open] [an egg, a coconut, etc.]etw. aufschlagen [ein Ei, eine Kokosnuss etc.]
to break sth. (open) [also: break open sth.]etw. eröffnen [veraltet] [aufbrechen]
to bust out [coll.] [break out, escape]ausbrechen [entkommen]
to come off [break away]sichAkk. lösen
to conk out [sl.] [person: die; thing: break (down)]den Schirm zumachen [ugs.] [bes. schweiz.] [Person: sterben, Sache: kaputtgehen]
to pack up [Br.] [coll.] [break down]hopsgehen [ugs.] [unbrauchbar werden]
2 Words: Nouns
comp. break statementbreak-Anweisung {f} [auch: Break-Anweisung]
aviat. mil. sports breakaway tie [break cord]Sollbruchleine {f} [auch Sollbruchband, Sollbruchgurt]
breakup note [also: break-up note]Abschiedsbrief {m} [Trennungsbrief]
breakup note [also: break-up note]Trennungsbrief {m}
breathing spell [short break]Verschnaufpause {f}
cable breaking [rare] [cable break]Kabelbruch {m}
career setback [interruption, break]Karriereknick {m}
falling-out [coll.] [severe break in a relationship]Zerwürfnis {n} [geh.]
comp. stop criterion [condition for a debugger break]Stop-Kriterium {n} [auch: Stopkriterium]
FoodInd. gastr. tenderizing (meat) [marinating, braising, use of bacterial enzymes etc. to break down the tough connective tissue of beef]Mürben {n} [Verfahren wie Marinieren, Schmoren, Verwendung von bakteriellen Enzymen, um Fleisch mürbe zu machen]
3 Words: Verbs
to bite the dust [coll.] [to die; to break] [idiom]das Zeitliche segnen [veraltend für: sterben; ugs., hum. für: entzweigehen] [Redewendung]
to bite the dust [coll.] [to die; to break] [idiom]über den Jordan gehen [ugs.] [sterben; kaputtgehen] [Redewendung]
to bite the dust [coll.] [to die; to break] [idiom]über die Wupper gehen [ugs.] [sterben; kaputtgehen] [Redewendung]
to bite the dust [coll.] [to die; to break] [idiom]in die ewigen Jagdgründe eingehen [ugs.] [hum.] [sterben; kaputtgehen] [Redewendung]
to burglarize a building [esp. Am.] [break into and steal from]ein Gebäude plündern [ausrauben, ausplündern]
to close the door [idiom] [break off contact]die Tür hinter sichDat. zumachen [alle Bande / Verbindungen abbrechen] [Idiom]
to leave the table [to break off negotiations]eine Verhandlung abbrechen
to let one go [coll.] [to break wind]einen fahren lassen [ugs.] [derb]
to let one rip [coll.] [to break wind]furzen [derb]
to let one rip [coll.] [to break wind]einen Schieß lassen [ugs.] [fränk.]
3 Words: Nouns
econ. fin. break-even point <BEP>Break-even {m} [kurz für: Break-even-Point]
4 Words: Others
(to) make or mar {adv} [Br.] [make-or-break] [idiom]auf Gedeih und Verderb [Redewendung]
idiom in / at one sitting {adv} [read a book without a break etc.]auf einmal [ohne Pause ein Buch lesen etc.]
4 Words: Verbs
to pinch a piece off [break off with the fingers]ein Stück abzwacken [ugs.]
5+ Words: Verbs
to break a ten pound note [Br.] [also: to break a ten-pound note]einen Zehnpfundschein kleinmachen [ugs.]
to come apart at the seams [fig.] [to break down psychically]psychisch zusammenbrechen
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