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Definition of break

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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Other terms relating to 'to dance':

Definitions include: to dance.
Definitions include: a dirty or promiscuous female.
Definitions include: dancing.
Definitions include: to dance.
Definitions include: a person who is strange or different.
Definitions include: to dance in a particular style which involves a lot of jumping up and down.
Definitions include: to dance alongside and/or on a motor vehicle while the motor vehicle is still driving forward.
Definitions include: to perform aggressive fellatio.
Definitions include: to defraud; "swindle".
Definitions include: to leave, to do something.
Definitions include: extremely fun; exciting; wild.
Definitions include: to dance very close to.
Definitions include: to dance.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to do something well in one's own way or in a unique manner, usually involving members of the opposite sex.

Other terms relating to 'to go, leave, exit':

Definitions include: a trip taken in a motor vehicle.
Definitions include: walking, generally as opposed to driving.
Definitions include: variant of "bounce", meaning to leave.
Definitions include: to identify or recognize.
Definitions include: to be leaving.
Definitions include: noun. Used to describe person (male or female) with no ambition, usually found in the school smoking court.
Definitions include: to move or to go.
Definitions include: to move very fast.
Definitions include: to leave; "get lost!".
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to bring out.
Definitions include: to leave, 'to do the off', depart.
Definitions include: to leave.

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Other terms relating to 'break':

Definitions include: a demanding superior.
Definitions include: "breaking and entering".
Definitions include: a bathroom break.
Definitions include: a statement of "Good luck," in situations where "Good luck" is considered bad luck, such as in theatre.
Definitions include: to hurry.
Definitions include: to leave in a hurry or abruptly.
Definitions include: to end a relationship.
Definitions include: to share with someone.
Definitions include: to have sex with someone.
Definitions include: to excessively praise one's self.
Definitions include: to complain, scold, harass, or nag as to provoke anger.
Definitions include: to take or lose one's virginity.
Definitions include: to empty one's pockets of all possessions.
Definitions include: to bring out.
Definitions include: to beat a person; "kick (one's) ass".

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