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- (v) interrupt before its natural or planned end
- (v) prevent completion
- (v) break off (a piece from a whole)
- (v) break a piece from a whole
- (v) break a small piece off from
- Everything is solid-state, which means that wheel and buttons can't break off it's been known to happen and dirt can't sneak inside.
- He threatened to break off negotiations unless Sir Robert first signed a general formula to that effect.
- Anderson tried to break off the relationship but McKinney was infatuated and stalked him to England where he'd asked for a posting as a missionary to escape her attentions.