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break

verb [T] (INTERRUPT) 打斷     /breɪk/ (broke, broken)
to interrupt or to stop something for a short period 打斷;中斷,中止 We usually break for lunch at 12.30. 我們通常12點半休息吃午餐。 I needed something to break the monotony of my typing job. 我需要做點甚麽來打發打字工作的單調。 The phone rang, breaking my concentration. 電話響了,打斷了我的注意。 UK They decided to break their journey in Singapore. 他們決定在新加坡稍作停留。 Cancelling and interrupting
(Definition of break verb (INTERRUPT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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