Break meaning in Hindi

Break is a english word.

Break Meaning in Hindi (हिंदी में मतलब)

  • break = दरार

    • Usage: They hoped to avoid a break in relations
    • Usage: The break in the dam threatened the valley
    • Usage: The break in the eighth frame cost him the match
  • break = शुरुआत

    • Usage: He finally got his big break
    • Usage: He made a break for the open door
  • break = छुट्टी

    • Usage: We took a 10-minute break
    • Usage: It was presented without commercial breaks
  • break = अन्तर

    • Usage: He was up two breaks in the second set
  • break = भंग करना

    • Usage: Break the loaf of bread
    • Usage: The book dealer would not break the set
  • break = बल तोड़ना

    • Usage: The horse was tough to break
    • Usage: If the new teacher won't break, we'll add some stress
    • Usage: Break a circuit
  • break = कम करना

    • Usage: Break cigarette smoking
  • break = फूटना

    • Usage: Break into tears
  • break = चलना

    • Usage: Things have been breaking pretty well for us in the past few months
  • break = तोड़ना

    • Usage: My daughter's fancy wedding is going to break me!
    • Usage: I had to break a $100 bill just to buy the candy
    • Usage: Break a branch from a tree
    • Usage: For a hero loves the world till it breaks him
  • break = फटना

    • Usage: His voice is breaking--he should no longer sing in the choir
  • break = फोड़ना

    • Usage: Break an alibi
    • Usage: Break the code

Break Meaning in Detail

  • break (noun) = some abrupt occurrence that interrupts an ongoing activity

    Synonyms: interruption, break

    • Usage: the telephone is an annoying interruption
    • Usage: there was a break in the action when a player was hurt
  • break (noun) = an unexpected piece of good luck

    Synonyms: break, good_luck, happy_chance

    • Usage: he finally got his big break
  • break (noun) = (geology) a crack in the earth's crust resulting from the displacement of one side with respect to the other

    Synonyms: fault, faulting, geological_fault, shift, fracture, break

    • Usage: they built it right over a geological fault
    • Usage: he studied the faulting of the earth's crust
  • break (noun) = a personal or social separation (as between opposing factions)

    Synonyms: rupture, breach, break, severance, rift, falling_out

    • Usage: they hoped to avoid a break in relations
  • break (noun) = a pause from doing something (as work)

    Synonyms: respite, recess, break, time_out

    • Usage: we took a 10-minute break
    • Usage: he took time out to recuperate
  • break (noun) = the act of breaking something

    Synonyms: breakage, break, breaking

    • Usage: the breakage was unavoidable
  • break (noun) = a time interval during which there is a temporary cessation of something

    Synonyms: pause, intermission, break, interruption, suspension

  • break (noun) = breaking of hard tissue such as bone

    Synonyms: fracture, break

    • Usage: it was a nasty fracture
    • Usage: the break seems to have been caused by a fall
  • break (noun) = the occurrence of breaking

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: the break in the dam threatened the valley
  • break (noun) = an abrupt change in the tone or register of the voice (as at puberty or due to emotion)

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: then there was a break in her voice
  • break (noun) = the opening shot that scatters the balls in billiards or pool

    Synonyms: break

  • break (noun) = (tennis) a score consisting of winning a game when your opponent was serving

    Synonyms: break, break_of_serve

    • Usage: he was up two breaks in the second set
  • break (noun) = an act of delaying or interrupting the continuity

    Synonyms: break, interruption, disruption, gap

    • Usage: it was presented without commercial breaks
    • Usage: there was a gap in his account
  • break (noun) = a sudden dash

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: he made a break for the open door
  • break (noun) = any frame in which a bowler fails to make a strike or spare

    Synonyms: open_frame, break

    • Usage: the break in the eighth frame cost him the match
  • break (noun) = an escape from jail

    Synonyms: break, breakout, jailbreak, gaolbreak, prisonbreak, prison-breaking

    • Usage: the breakout was carefully planned
  • break (verb) = terminate

    Synonyms: interrupt, break

    • Usage: She interrupted her pregnancy
    • Usage: break a lucky streak
    • Usage: break the cycle of poverty
  • break (verb) = become separated into pieces or fragments

    Synonyms: break, separate, split_up, fall_apart, come_apart

    • Usage: The figurine broke
    • Usage: The freshly baked loaf fell apart
  • break (verb) = render inoperable or ineffective

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: You broke the alarm clock when you took it apart!
  • break (verb) = ruin completely

    Synonyms: break, bust

    • Usage: He busted my radio!
  • break (verb) = destroy the integrity of; usually by force; cause to separate into pieces or fragments

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: He broke the glass plate
    • Usage: She broke the match
  • break (verb) = act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises

    Synonyms: transgress, offend, infract, violate, go_against, breach, break

    • Usage: offend all laws of humanity
    • Usage: violate the basic laws or human civilization
    • Usage: break a law
    • Usage: break a promise
  • break (verb) = move away or escape suddenly

    Synonyms: break, break_out, break_away

    • Usage: The horses broke from the stable
    • Usage: Three inmates broke jail
    • Usage: Nobody can break out--this prison is high security
  • break (verb) = scatter or part

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: The clouds broke after the heavy downpour
  • break (verb) = force out or release suddenly and often violently something pent up

    Synonyms: break, burst, erupt

    • Usage: break into tears
    • Usage: erupt in anger
  • break (verb) = prevent completion

    Synonyms: break, break_off, discontinue, stop

    • Usage: stop the project
    • Usage: break off the negotiations
  • break (verb) = enter someone's (virtual or real) property in an unauthorized manner, usually with the intent to steal or commit a violent act

    Synonyms: break_in, break

    • Usage: Someone broke in while I was on vacation
    • Usage: They broke into my car and stole my radio!
    • Usage: who broke into my account last night?
  • break (verb) = make submissive, obedient, or useful

    Synonyms: break_in, break

    • Usage: The horse was tough to break
    • Usage: I broke in the new intern
  • break (verb) = fail to agree with; be in violation of; as of rules or patterns

    Synonyms: violate, go_against, break

    • Usage: This sentence violates the rules of syntax
  • break (verb) = surpass in excellence

    Synonyms: better, break

    • Usage: She bettered her own record
    • Usage: break a record
  • break (verb) = make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret

    Synonyms: unwrap, disclose, let_on, bring_out, reveal, discover, expose, divulge, break, give_away, let_out

    • Usage: The auction house would not disclose the price at which the van Gogh had sold
    • Usage: The actress won't reveal how old she is
    • Usage: bring out the truth
    • Usage: he broke the news to her
    • Usage: unwrap the evidence in the murder case
  • break (verb) = come into being

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: light broke over the horizon
    • Usage: Voices broke in the air
  • break (verb) = stop operating or functioning

    Synonyms: fail, go_bad, give_way, die, give_out, conk_out, go, break, break_down

    • Usage: The engine finally went
    • Usage: The car died on the road
    • Usage: The bus we travelled in broke down on the way to town
    • Usage: The coffee maker broke
    • Usage: The engine failed on the way to town
    • Usage: her eyesight went after the accident
  • break (verb) = interrupt a continued activity

    Synonyms: break, break_away

    • Usage: She had broken with the traditional patterns
  • break (verb) = make a rupture in the ranks of the enemy or one's own by quitting or fleeing

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: The ranks broke
  • break (verb) = curl over and fall apart in surf or foam, of waves

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: The surf broke
  • break (verb) = lessen in force or effect

    Synonyms: dampen, damp, soften, weaken, break

    • Usage: soften a shock
    • Usage: break a fall
  • break (verb) = be broken in

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: If the new teacher won't break, we'll add some stress
  • break (verb) = come to an end

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: The heat wave finally broke yesterday
  • break (verb) = vary or interrupt a uniformity or continuity

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: The flat plain was broken by tall mesas
  • break (verb) = cause to give up a habit

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: She finally broke herself of smoking cigarettes
  • break (verb) = give up

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: break cigarette smoking
  • break (verb) = come forth or begin from a state of latency

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: The first winter storm broke over New York
  • break (verb) = happen or take place

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: Things have been breaking pretty well for us in the past few months
  • break (verb) = cause the failure or ruin of

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: His peccadilloes finally broke his marriage
    • Usage: This play will either make or break the playwright
  • break (verb) = invalidate by judicial action

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: The will was broken
  • break (verb) = discontinue an association or relation; go different ways

    Synonyms: separate, part, split_up, split, break, break_up

    • Usage: The business partners broke over a tax question
    • Usage: The couple separated after 25 years of marriage
    • Usage: My friend and I split up
  • break (verb) = assign to a lower position; reduce in rank

    Synonyms: demote, bump, relegate, break, kick_downstairs

    • Usage: She was demoted because she always speaks up
    • Usage: He was broken down to Sergeant
  • break (verb) = reduce to bankruptcy

    Synonyms: bankrupt, ruin, break, smash

    • Usage: My daughter's fancy wedding is going to break me!
    • Usage: The slump in the financial markets smashed him
  • break (verb) = change directions suddenly

    Synonyms: break

  • break (verb) = emerge from the surface of a body of water

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: The whales broke
  • break (verb) = break down, literally or metaphorically

    Synonyms: collapse, fall_in, cave_in, give, give_way, break, founder

    • Usage: The wall collapsed
    • Usage: The business collapsed
    • Usage: The dam broke
    • Usage: The roof collapsed
    • Usage: The wall gave in
    • Usage: The roof finally gave under the weight of the ice
  • break (verb) = do a break dance

    Synonyms: break_dance, break-dance, break

    • Usage: Kids were break-dancing at the street corner
  • break (verb) = exchange for smaller units of money

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: I had to break a $100 bill just to buy the candy
  • break (verb) = destroy the completeness of a set of related items

    Synonyms: break, break_up

    • Usage: The book dealer would not break the set
  • break (verb) = make the opening shot that scatters the balls

    Synonyms: break

  • break (verb) = separate from a clinch, in boxing

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: The referee broke the boxers
  • break (verb) = go to pieces

    Synonyms: break, wear, wear_out, bust, fall_apart

    • Usage: The lawn mower finally broke
    • Usage: The gears wore out
    • Usage: The old chair finally fell apart completely
  • break (verb) = break a piece from a whole

    Synonyms: break, break_off, snap_off

    • Usage: break a branch from a tree
  • break (verb) = become punctured or penetrated

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: The skin broke
  • break (verb) = pierce or penetrate

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: The blade broke her skin
  • break (verb) = be released or become known; of news

    Synonyms: break, get_out, get_around

    • Usage: News of her death broke in the morning
  • break (verb) = cease an action temporarily

    Synonyms: pause, intermit, break

    • Usage: We pause for station identification
    • Usage: let's break for lunch
  • break (verb) = interrupt the flow of current in

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: break a circuit
  • break (verb) = undergo breaking

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: The simple vowels broke in many Germanic languages
  • break (verb) = find a flaw in

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: break an alibi
    • Usage: break down a proof
  • break (verb) = find the solution or key to

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: break the code
  • break (verb) = change suddenly from one tone quality or register to another

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: Her voice broke to a whisper when she started to talk about her children
  • break (verb) = happen

    Synonyms: break, recrudesce, develop

    • Usage: Report the news as it develops
    • Usage: These political movements recrudesce from time to time
  • break (verb) = become fractured; break or crack on the surface only

    Synonyms: crack, check, break

    • Usage: The glass cracked when it was heated
  • break (verb) = crack; of the male voice in puberty

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: his voice is breaking--he should no longer sing in the choir
  • break (verb) = fall sharply

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: stock prices broke
  • break (verb) = fracture a bone of

    Synonyms: fracture, break

    • Usage: I broke my foot while playing hockey
  • break (verb) = diminish or discontinue abruptly

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: The patient's fever broke last night
  • break (verb) = weaken or destroy in spirit or body

    Synonyms: break

    • Usage: His resistance was broken
    • Usage: a man broken by the terrible experience of near-death
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