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breakdown

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈbreɪkdaʊn/
ILLNESS ( also nervous breakdown) B2 a short period of mental illness when people are too ill to continue with their normal lives
załamanie (nerwowe)
to have a breakdown Mental and psychiatric disorders
FAILURE when something such as communication or a relationship fails or ends
zerwanie
a breakdown in the peace talksFailing and doing badly
EXPLANATION a short explanation of the details of something
zestawienie
I need a breakdown of the costs involved.Defining and explaining
NOT WORKING B2 when a vehicle or machine stops working for a period of time
awaria
Failing and doing badly
(Definition of breakdown from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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