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[breik] v. ( broke; broken ) 1. thyej; këpus; copëtoj. 2. thyhet. 3. thyej para. 4. prish, dëmtoj. 5. mjek. thyej (kockën). 6. shkel (ligjin). 7. arratisem; to break jail arratisem nga burgu. 8. shpërthej,çaj; futem dhunshëm; to break into a house futem me dhunë në një shtëpi. 9. nis, shpërthen (stuhia). 10. ndalet papritur, resht(shiu). 11. zbus, amortizoj (goditjen, përplasjen. 12. fig. këputet (shpirti), copëtohet (zemra). 13. shfaqet, gdhin (dita). 14. ndërpres (agjërimin). 15. degradoj (një ushtarak). 16. shkatërroj (financiarisht). 17. thyej, tejkaloj (një rekord). 18. bëj të njohur, njoftoj; to break the bad news gently e jap lajmin e keq me delikatesë. 19. hap qarkun, stakoj (korentin). 20. stërvis; shtroj (kalin).
break even dal me të miat; break trail dal në krye, hap udhën (në dëborë).
-n 1. thyerje; këputje; çarje. 2. dalje me force, arratisje. 3. ndryshim i beftë. 4. ndërprerje (stërvitjeje, korenti). 5. gj.fol. vërejtje e trashë; sjellje pa vend. 6. gj.fol. shans, mundësi.
get a break / the breaks më ecën; kam shans; give sb a break i jap dikujt mundësi (për të ndrequr një gabim); a lucky break fat i mirë; give me a break! a) prit, njëherë!; mos u ngut, të lutem! b) më lërtë qetë!
break away ['breik ë'wei] a) iki befas, ua mbath; b) nisem para se të jepet sinjali
break down ['breik daun] a) ngec, ndalon, nuk punon; b) ia shkrep të qarit; c) bie (shëndeti); d) zbërthej (llogarinë); e) analizoj
break-down ['breikdaun] n 1. dobësim, rënie e fuqive (shëndetit). 2. shkatërrim. 3. tek avari. 4. zbërthim. 5. dekompozim
break forth a) del, shpërthen (ujët etj); b) nis (tufani, kënga)
break in ['breikin] a) stërvis; b) hyj në një profesion, aktivitet
break-in ['breikin] n. vjedhje me thyerje, grabitje
break into ['breikintu] a) futem me dhunë/me thyerje; b) nis, hap (një paketë të re cigaresh etj); c) treg. çaj (në një treg); d) nis, filloj (nga shpjegimet)
break off ['breikof] a) ndalem; lë(punën); b) prishem (me një mik); c) këputet, thyhet; d) thyej; këpus; e) prish, shkëpus (marrëdhëniet)
break out ['breikaut] a) plas, shpërthen, ia nis befas (lufta etj); b) arratisem (nga burgu)
breakout ['breikaut] n. arratisje (nga burgu)
breakthrough ['breikthru:] a) çaj, depërtoj; b) del (dielli)
breakthrough ['breikthru:] n 1. usht. depërtim. 2. zbulim i madh (në shkencë)
break up ['breikap] a) shpërndahet (mjegulla); b) ndërpres, i jap fund; c) shqetësoj, trazoj; d) shkërmoq (dheun); e) prishem (me dike); f) amer. gj.fol. ia plas gazit; shqyej gazit (dike)
breakup ['breikap] n 1. thyerje; shkatërrim (i anijes). 2. prishje (miqësie). 3. rënie (e një perandorie). 4. shpërbërje (e një partie)
break with ['breikuith] prishem (me dikë)
break-even point n. treg. kufi i rentabilitetit
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thyej; ndërprej; pushim

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