To break through is to make a rapid advance, especially by an obstacle. You`ll often hear it as a no-V when you`re talking about a breakthrough. When scientists try to develop new technologies and make a breakthrough, it means that they have suddenly crossed the challenges and made great progress. What are some words that share a basic element or words with Breach? We use the verb phrasal rash when a bad skin problem suddenly appears – your face could trigger a rash (red skin, irritated) or pimples (small bumps from clogged pores). It is also common to talk about struggles or violence when they suddenly appear. When something breaks your mind, it`s different – it means it destroys your self-confidence and well-being. Suppose some parents always say negative things to their child like “you`re so stupid,” it would break the child`s mind. When you hear someone talk about a big break, it`s an informal way to talk about a sudden chance or a quick success, especially when it comes to a career. If you break the law, break a promise, break an agreement or break the rules, it means you are doing something that violates that law, a promise, agreement or rule or does not respect the agreement. When we talk about the context of current events, the break can mean revealing something to the public. “The scandal is broken” means that the scandal has been made public. Similarly, the break means “to make something known”, we have a certain expression of breaking the news to someone, which means informing them of bad news.
Suppose I see my neighbour`s dog flying out of their house and getting hit by a car — then I have to break the news of my neighbour that his dog is unfortunately injured or dead. Breach refers to things that have been broken or hurt. The break may be physical, but the injury more often refers to injuries of abstract things. When your friend asks, “Hey, can you break a 20?” – he talks about money and asks if you have smaller tickets (like 5 or 10 dollars) to exchange for his $20 bill. Maybe he wants to buy a $2 item from a distributor, and he doesn`t want to put a $20 bill in it, so he asks if you have smaller bills to break his $20 bill. We can also say that a person collapses or collapses — it means that they have a sudden failure for their health — sometimes physically, but more often mentally/emotionally. they suddenly become very angry or very depressed. A new mother of triplets (i.e. 3 babies) could be so stressed by all this responsibility that she collapsed – so maybe she stops eating, and becomes very anxious. If a machine breaks down, it means it no longer works. We often use it for cars — my car collapsed on the highway, and I had to tow it. We can also say that a sea wave breaks when it reaches its highest point and begins to collapse.
Other expressions that use “break” in the sense of “interrupt” are when it`s quiet, but then something breaks the silence. As if everyone was calm in a meeting and thinking about how to solve a problem, and someone said, “I have an idea,” that comment would break the silence, interrupt the silence. When we say the break of the day, dawn or dawn, we speak of the beginning of the day, when the sun rises for the first time. If you exceed the speed limit, you break the law Finally, if someone falls, hopefully, there is something to break the fall, interrupt the case before that person hits the ground.