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Translation of "break" - English-Turkish dictionary

break

noun [C]
 
 
/breɪk/
STOP A2 when you stop an activity for a short time, usually to rest or to eat
ara, fasıla, teneffüs, dinlenme arası, paydos, mola
a coffee/tea break Take a break and come back after lunch.Pauses and interludes
HOLIDAY B1 a holiday or period of time away from work, school, etc
tatil, ara, dinlenme
the spring break a weekend break to ParisPauses and interludesTime off workTourism and holidaysHotels and hostels
OPPORTUNITY a lucky opportunity
şanslı bir fırsat
His big break came when he was offered a part in a TV series. Meeting Tom was my lucky break.Opportunity Freedom to actGood luck and bad luck
DAMAGE B1 where something has separated in an accident
kırılma, bozulmak, darmadağın olma, kazada kopma
a break in the boneSeparating and dividing
a break with sth when you end a relationship, connection, or way of doing something
bir ilişkiyi/bağlantıyı/yapmayı bitirme, son verme
a break with traditionEnding relationships and divorceCausing something to endComing to an end
(Definition of break noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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