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English definition of “break with something/someone”

break with something/someone

verb phrasal verb with break  /breɪk/ us  
to act in a way that is different from what happened before or different from other people: The magazine breaks with tradition this week by publishing photographs of its contributors. When I came to the Senate, I broke with many in my own party to vote for a balanced budget.
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