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to break smb. of a habit; to wean smb. fromdezobisnui
(d. val) to break into foam.a se sparge în spume
(fam.) to take the iniţiative; to move first; to break the ice.a face dâră prin barbă
(la carp) to break the bank; to sweep the board.a sparge banca
1. to break contact. 2. to break relations.a întrerupe contactul
1. to go bankrupt. 2. fig. (fam.) to go to the wall; (fam.) to be up a stump; (la început) (fam.) to make a bad break.a da faliment
to get rid of...; to break oneself of...; to give updezbara
to break smb. of (a habit); to cure smb. of...; to wean smb. from...dezbara
a spot of luck; one good break.un dram de noroc
air-break circuit breakerdisjunctor cu rupere / tăiere în aer
air-break switch(gear)întrerupător cu aer
apt/liable to breakfragil(d. sticla)
at day (break)/dawn; at break of day.când se crapă de ziuă
at daybreak/dawn; at the break of day.în faptul zilei
at sunrise; by the/at break of day; at dawn/ day(break); at prime.în zori
aviaţie to break through the second barrier.a trece bariera sunetului
bad habitnarav(obicei rau)
bankrupt; discontented chap; to break; to fail; to become bankrupt; to go (and) whistle for itmofluz
boisterously; to rush in(to)...; to break/burst in upon...; to rush at/upon smb...buzna(navalnic)
breakspargere, rupere, evadare, erupţie, ruptură, spărtură, crăpătură, năruire, pauză; (inf) cheie de întrerupere, sfârşit de paragraf; (el) a întrerupe un circuit, a străpunge; (TH) a rupe, a sparge, a sfărâma, a concasa, a degrada, a opri
breakspargere; rupere; ruptură; tăietură; întrerupere; flambaj; crăpătură II a rupe, a sparge, a străpunge; a sfărâma
break awaya se detaşa, a se desprinde
break bulk(nav) a începe descărcarea
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