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Breakneck

ˈbreɪk.nek

Meanings of Breakneck:

adjective

Dangerously or extremely fast.

Usage examples:

He drove at breakneck speed

Breakout

ˈbreɪkaʊt

Meanings of Breakout:

noun

A forcible escape, especially from prison.

Usage examples:

A prison breakout
adjective

Suddenly and extremely popular or successful.

Usage examples:

A breakout movie

Breakouts

ˈbreɪk.aʊt

Meanings of Breakouts:

noun

A forcible escape, especially from prison.

Usage examples:

A prison breakout
adjective

Suddenly and extremely popular or successful.

Usage examples:

A breakout movie

Breakpoint

ˈbreɪkpɔɪnt

Meanings of Breakpoint:

noun

A place or time at which an interruption or change is made.

Meanings of Breakpoints:

noun

A place or time at which an interruption or change is made.

Meanings of Breaks:

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

Breakthrough

ˈbreɪkθruː

Meanings of Breakthrough:

noun

A sudden, dramatic, and important discovery or development.

Usage examples:

A major breakthrough in dna research

The act of making an important discovery

Breakup

ˈbreɪkʌp

Meanings of Breakup:

noun

The separation or breaking up of something into several pieces or sections.

Usage examples:

The break-up of the ottoman empire

Breakups

ˈbreɪkʌp

Meanings of Breakups:

noun

The separation or breaking up of something into several pieces or sections.

Usage examples:

The break-up of the ottoman empire

Breakwater

ˈbreɪkwɔːtə

Meanings of Breakwater:

noun

A barrier built out into the sea to protect a coast or harbour from the force of waves.

Usage examples:

In the 19th century the greatest engineering addition to the bay was the construction of dun laogha…

Meanings of Breakwaters:

noun

A barrier built out into the sea to protect a coast or harbour from the force of waves.

Usage examples:

In the 19th century the greatest engineering addition to the bay was the construction of dun laogha…

Breakwind

ˈbreɪkwɪnd

Meanings of Breakwind:

noun

A windbreak.

Usage examples:

They also used to assist me in making a breakwind whenever they shifted camp.

Meanings of Bream:

noun

A greenish-bronze deep-bodied freshwater fish native to europe.

Usage examples:

Experts will try to net all the native carp, bream and tench in the lake and take them to a fish fa…
verb

Clear (a ship or its bottom) of weeds, shells, or other accumulated matter by burning and scraping it.

Usage examples:

Bonfires of brushwood, lighted to bream the sharp-bowed craft

Breamed

briːm

Meanings of Breamed:

verb

Clear (a ship or its bottom) of weeds, shells, or other accumulated matter by burning and scraping it.

Usage examples:

Bonfires of brushwood, lighted to bream the sharp-bowed craft
noun

A greenish-bronze deep-bodied freshwater fish native to europe.

Usage examples:

Experts will try to net all the native carp, bream and tench in the lake and take them to a fish fa…

Breaming

briːm

Meanings of Breaming:

verb

Clear (a ship or its bottom) of weeds, shells, or other accumulated matter by burning and scraping it.

Usage examples:

Bonfires of brushwood, lighted to bream the sharp-bowed craft
noun

A greenish-bronze deep-bodied freshwater fish native to europe.

Usage examples:

Experts will try to net all the native carp, bream and tench in the lake and take them to a fish fa…

Breams

briːm

Meanings of Breams:

verb

Clear (a ship or its bottom) of weeds, shells, or other accumulated matter by burning and scraping it.

Usage examples:

Bonfires of brushwood, lighted to bream the sharp-bowed craft
noun

A greenish-bronze deep-bodied freshwater fish native to europe.

Usage examples:

Experts will try to net all the native carp, bream and tench in the lake and take them to a fish fa…

Meanings of Breast:

noun

Either of the two soft, protruding organs on the upper front of a woman's body which secrete milk after childbirth.

Usage examples:

Caroline crossed her arms over her breasts
verb

Face and move forwards against or through (something).

Usage examples:

I watched him breast the wave

Meanings of Breastband:

noun

A band worn around the chest; specifically an undergarment which supports a woman's breasts. rare before late 19th century.

Breastbone

ˈbrest.bəʊn

Meanings of Breastbone:

noun

A thin, flat bone running down the centre of the chest, to which the ribs are attached.

Usage examples:

To get to your heart the surgeon makes an incision down the middle of your chest and separates your…

Breasted

brɛst

Meanings of Breasted:

verb

Face and move forwards against or through (something).

Usage examples:

I watched him breast the wave

Meanings of Breaster:

noun

As the second element in compounds: a coat, jacket, etc., having a breast of a specified kind or style. chiefly in "single-breaster", "double-breaster"; compare "single-breasted", "double-breasted".

Meanings of Breastfast:

noun

(originally) a rope used for mooring the head of a vessel; (later) a rope or chain used to secure a ship or other vessel parallel to a dock or jetty, another vessel, etc.; compare breast line , breast rope .

Meanings of Breastfeed:

verb

When a mother breastfeeds her baby, she feeds it with milk directly from her breasts rather than with artificial or cow's milk from a bottle.

Breastfeeding

ˈbrest.fiː.dɪŋ

Meanings of Breastfeeding:

noun

The action of feeding a baby with milk from the breast.

Usage examples:

She is enjoying the bonding experience of breastfeeding
verb

(of a woman) feed (a baby) with milk from the breast.

Usage examples:

She breastfed her first child

Meanings of Breastful:

noun

A quantity or amount of something that fills or covers the breast.

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