break | engleski leksikon

1. break


Sinonimi: interruption | disruption | gap | breakout | jailbreak | gaolbreak | prisonbreak | prison-breaking | good luck | happy chance | break of serve

(Homonym: brake).
1. The occurrence of breaking.
2. A sudden dash.
3. An act of delaying or interrupting the continuity; SYN. interruption, disruption, gap.
4. An escape from jail; SYN. breakout, jailbreak, gaolbreak, prisonbreak, prison-breaking.
5. An unexpected piece of good luck; SYN. good luck, happy chance.
6. (Tennis) A score consisting of winning a game when one's opponent was serving; SYN. break of serve.
7. The opening shot that scatters the balls in billiards or pool.

break | engleski leksikon

2. break


1. Interruption of a program caused by the user pressing the Break key or its equivalent.
2. Interruption of a communications transmission that occurs when the receiving station interrupts and takes over control of the line or when the transmitting station prematurely halts transmission.
3. In the Java programming language, a keyword used to resume program execution at the next statement following the current statement. If the keyword is followed by a label, the program resumes at the indicated labeled statement. See also execute, statement.

break | engleski leksikon

3. break


(Homonym: brake)
(Irregular preterit, past participle: broke, broken)
1. To divide into pieces, as by bending or cutting
2. To become punctured or penetrated or separated into pieces; SYN. separate, split up, fall apart, come apart.
3. To break a piece from a whole; SYN. break off, snap off.
4. To destroy the integrity of; usually by force; cause to separate into pieces or fragments
5. To go to pieces; to stop operating; SYN. wear, wear out, bust, fall apart.
6. To stop and wait, as if awaiting further instructions or developments; SYN. hold on, stop.
7. To change suddenly from one tone quality or register to another
8. To come forth or begin from a state of latency
9. To scatter or part
10. To render inoperable or ineffective
11. To diminish or discontinue abruptly
12. To cause to give up a habit
13. To exchange for smaller units of money
14. To curl over and fall apart in surf or foam, of waves
15. To stop or interrupt
16. To vary or interrupt a uniformity or continuity
17. To weaken or destroy in spirit or body.
18. To cause the failure or ruin of
19. (Pool) To make the opening shot that scatters the balls, in billiards or pool.
20. Said of the male voice in puberty
21. To move away or escape suddenly; SYN. break out, break away.
22. To invalidate by judicial action
23. To happen or take place; (informal).
24. To be crushed in spirit; to be suddenly and completely demoralized
25. To be released or become known; of news; SYN. get out, get around.
26. To come to an end

break | engleski leksikon

4. break


1. To interrupt execution at a given spot, usually for the purpose of debugging. See also breakpoint.
2. To cause a routine, module, or program that had previously worked to cease working correctly.

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