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break the InternetTo deliberately overwhelm a web server through a cyberattack such as a DDOS, such that the server goes offline or is in danger of doing so.Rate it:

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break the InternetTo do or say something ostentatious or controversial, such that the behavior causes a dramatic increase in traffic to a website or commentary on social media; to go viral.Rate it:

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break the moldTo depart from a traditional pattern; to defy convention.Rate it:

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break the moldTo make it impossible for an identical copy to be made.Rate it:

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break the SabbathTo violate the holiness or sanctity of the Sabbath by not keeping it holy.Rate it:

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break the sealWhen consuming alcohol, to urinate for the first time, which leads to needing to urinate more and more often.Rate it:

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break throughUsed other than as an idiom: see break, through.Rate it:

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break throughTo gain popularity.Rate it:

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break throughTo penetrate the defence of the opposition.Rate it:

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break upTo end a relationship.Rate it:

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break upTo dissolve; to part.Rate it:

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break upTo stop a fight; to separate people who are fighting.Rate it:

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break windTo flatulate; fart; to expel gases generated during digestion through the anus.Rate it:

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break withUsed other than as an idiom: see break, with.Rate it:

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break withTo cease having a positive connection with (a person, group, movement, etc).Rate it:

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break withTo divulge one's secrets, thoughts or intentions, to discuss something with somebody.Rate it:

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break your backDefinitionto work extremely hardRate it:

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gimme a breakAn expression of disbeliefRate it:

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gimme a breakAn expression of impatienceRate it:

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give someone a breakTo give someone a rest.Rate it:

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give someone a breakTo stop harassing or demanding from someone.Rate it:

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give someone a breakTo provide someone with an opportunity for significant advancement.Rate it:

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make a break for itTo attempt to escape; to flee; to run away.Rate it:

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make a clean breakTo initiate a complete termination of a relationship, or from a situation.Rate it:

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physical breakA short break in a meeting or in a classroom setting, intended to improve attention.Rate it:

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sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt meA response to taunting proclaiming the speaker's indifference.Rate it:

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sticks and stones will break my bones, but words will never hurt meAlternative form of sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.Rate it:

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blaze a trailTo set precedent or do something novel; to break new ground.Rate it:

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born yesterdayNew, naive, innocent, inexperienced or easily deceived.Rate it:

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bring inTo introduce a new rule, law, or system of organisation.Rate it:

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come apartto break, separate.Rate it:

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fashion policeThe mythical fashion police are always standing in the wings eyeballing female employees as they pursue their careers in the executive offices of New York City.Rate it:

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quick on the drawCharacterized by rapid response, as to a verbal remark or to a new situation; quick to act.Rate it:

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ramp upTo be in the process of learning a new ability.Rate it:

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shook ya droorsa trick, a quick move around an unexpected opponent, or person to gain ground.Rate it:

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you can't get a quart into a pint potWhat is being discussed is not possible.They've asked me to get to New York by five o'clock, but you can't get a quart into a pint pot!Rate it:

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新年好Happy New YearRate it:

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breath of fresh airSomething relieving, refreshing, or new.Rate it:

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fall downTo fall to the ground.Rate it:

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split upCease to be together, break apart from the group.Rate it:

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dive inTo start a new endeavor enthusiastically and wholeheartedly.Rate it:

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ramp upTo increase rapidly to a new value.Rate it:

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bash inTo break or dent badly by hitting violently.Rate it:

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branch outTo attempt something new or different, but related.Rate it:

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carry awayTo break under sudden pressure of violent wind.Rate it:

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Ehre, wem Ehre gebührtcredit where credit's due; used to justly praise someone, or to break the solemnity of praisingRate it:

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fall apartTo break into pieces through being in a dilapidated state.Rate it:

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take a breatherTo take a break; to pause or relax briefly.Rate it:

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take toTo begin, as a new habit or practice.Rate it:

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when life gives you lemons, make lemonadeMake use of a new oppurtunityRate it:

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