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Breadfruit

ˈbred.fruːt

Meanings of Breadfruit:

noun

The large round starchy fruit of a tropical tree, which is used as a vegetable and sometimes to make a substitute for flour.

Usage examples:

These animals have fed only on the finest tropical fruits (mangoes and breadfruit are their favouri…

Breadfruits

ˈbrɛdfruːt

Meanings of Breadfruits:

noun

The large round starchy fruit of a tropical tree, which is used as a vegetable and sometimes to make a substitute for flour.

Usage examples:

These animals have fed only on the finest tropical fruits (mangoes and breadfruit are their favouri…

Meanings of Breadless:

adjective

Deprived of or lacking bread; having no bread to eat; (hence more generally) having no food.

noun

With the and plural agreement. people without bread (or more generally, food) collectively.

Breadline

ˈbred.laɪn

Meanings of Breadline:

noun

The poorest condition in which it is acceptable to live.

Usage examples:

They are not well off, but they are not on the breadline

Meanings of Breadness:

noun

With reference to the sacramental bread in the eucharist: the quality or fact of consisting of bread.

Meanings of Breadnut:

noun

The small fleshy orange fruit of a large tropical evergreen tree native to mexico, central america, and the caribbean, brosimum alicastrum (family moraceae), containing a single large seed eaten boiled, roasted, or ground into flour; the seed of this fruit.

Meanings of Breadroot:

noun

Any of several north american leguminous plants of the genera pediomelum and psoralea which typically have edible tubers or bulbs traditionally used as a source of food by some north american indian peoples (especially plains indians); specifically the prairie turnip, psoralea esculenta.

Breads

brɛd

Meanings of Breads:

noun

Food made of flour, water, and yeast mixed together and baked.

Usage examples:

A loaf of bread
verb

Coat (food) with breadcrumbs before cooking.

Usage examples:

Bread the chicken and fry it in oil.

Breadth

bredθ

Meanings of Breadth:

noun

The distance or measurement from side to side of something; width.

Usage examples:

The boat measured 27 feet in breadth

Meanings of Breadthen:

verb

To increase the breadth of (something); to broaden or widen (something).

Meanings of Breadthless:

adjective

Having no breadth; without breadth.

Breadths

bredθ

Meanings of Breadths:

noun

The distance or measurement from side to side of something; width.

Usage examples:

The boat measured 27 feet in breadth

Meanings of Breadthways:

adverb

In a direction parallel with a thing's width.

Usage examples:

She worked squaring the stacks so that they alternated, first lengthwise, then breadthwise

Breadthwise

ˈbrɛdθweɪz

Meanings of Breadthwise:

adverb

In a direction parallel with a thing's width.

Usage examples:

She worked squaring the stacks so that they alternated, first lengthwise, then breadthwise

Breadwinner

ˈbredˌwɪn.ər

Meanings of Breadwinner:

noun

A person who earns money to support their family, typically the sole one.

Usage examples:

When roland's grant ran out, val became the breadwinner

Breadwinners

ˈbrɛdwɪnə

Meanings of Breadwinners:

noun

A person who earns money to support their family, typically the sole one.

Usage examples:

When roland's grant ran out, val became the breadwinner

Meanings of Break:

verb

Separate or cause to separate into pieces as a result of a blow, shock, or strain.

Usage examples:

The branch broke with a loud snap
noun

An interruption of continuity or uniformity.

Usage examples:

The magazine has been published without a break since 1950

Meanings of Break a leg:

Used for wishing someone good luck, especially before a performance

phrase

Good luck!

Usage examples:

Remember, the show must go on! good luck and break a leg!

Meanings of Break down:

phrasal verb

Stop operating or functioning

Meanings of Break even:

noun

A graph that shows the point at which a business will start to make as much money as it has spent on a particular product, activity, etc.

Break in

breɪk

Meanings of Break in:

phrasal verb

Intrude on uninvited

Meanings of Break into:

phrasal verb

Express or utter spontaneously

collocation

To suddenly begin to sing

Usage examples:

He felt so happy that he broke into song., thousands of people in the crowd rose to their feet and …

Meanings of Break off:

phrasal verb

Interrupt before its natural or planned end

preposition

Down or away from a place, position, or time, especially the present place, position, ...

Meanings of Break one's back:

idiom

Work very hard, like a slave

phrase

Put great effort into achieving something.

Usage examples:

As soon as we finished i'd break my back to get home to her

Meanings of Break out:

phrasal verb

Begin suddenly and sometimes violently

collocation

To start feeling extremely worried or frightened

Usage examples:

The memory of it still makes me break out in a cold sweat., he could not even hear her name mention…

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