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-breaker

suffix uk   /-breɪ.kər/ us    /-kɚ/

-breaker suffix (USE FORCE)

someone who uses force to go into or open the stated thing: a house-breaker a safebreaker

-breaker suffix (NOT OBEY)

someone who does not obey a law or rule, etc.: a lawbreaker
Translations of “-breaker”
in Chinese (Traditional) 強行, 強行進入(或開啓)…的人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 强行, 强行进入(或开启)…的人…
(Definition of -breaker suffix from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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