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break

  • to leave a place to go somewhere else.
    I'ma break to the crib.

    Last edited on Mar 30 2010. Submitted by "Hearocks" from Chicago, IL, USA on Feb 21 2002.

  • to break-dance.
    Yo do you break?
    • See more words with the same meaning: to dance.

    Last edited on Feb 21 2002. Submitted by "Hearocks" from Chicago, IL, USA on Feb 21 2002.

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breakbeat

noun

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break chocks

  • to leave in a hurry or abruptly. Originated from military personnel pulling out from an area, or comparing an aircraft that would "pull chocks" to taxi and take off.
    Let's break chocks.
    My crew was late for the concert so we had to break chocks from the party.

    Last edited on May 06 2011. Submitted by Chris W. from Las Vegas, NV 89141, USA on Feb 27 2003.

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breakneck speed

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break off

verb - transitive

  • to share with someone.
    My boy came across a thousand dollars, so he broke me off.

    Last edited on Apr 13 2014. Submitted by Katt D. from Raleigh, NC, USA on Jan 17 2000.

  • to receive something (to get broke off).

    Last edited on Apr 13 2014. Submitted by Katt D. from Raleigh, NC, USA on Jan 17 2000.

  • to seriously hurt or injure someone.

    Last edited on Apr 13 2014. Submitted by Katt D. from Raleigh, NC, USA on Jan 17 2000.

  • to have good sex with someone.

    Last edited on Apr 13 2014. Submitted by Katt D. from Raleigh, NC, USA on Jan 17 2000.

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break off a piece

  • to have sex with someone.
    Did you break off a piece?

    Last edited on Aug 21 2005. Submitted by Kenneth J. from Virginia Beach, VA, USA on Aug 21 2005.

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