- break away
- break away [v] depart escape, flee, fly, leave, part company*, quit, run away, split*; concept 195
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break away — (from (someone/something)) 1. to escape. George s excited horse broke away and ran off into the field. 2. to separate from the control of someone or something. Scotland isn t going to suddenly break away from the rest of Great Britain. We re… … New idioms dictionary
break\ away — • break away • break loose v. phr. To liberate oneself from someone or something. Jane tried to break loose from her attacker, but he was too strong … Словарь американских идиом
break away — ► break away escape from control or influence. Main Entry: ↑break … English terms dictionary
break away — index defect, elude, leave (depart), part (leave), secede Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 200 … Law dictionary
break away — verb 1. move away or escape suddenly (Freq. 2) The horses broke from the stable Three inmates broke jail Nobody can break out this prison is high security • Syn: ↑break, ↑break out • Derivationally relat … Useful english dictionary
Break Away — Infobox Single Name = Break Away Artist = The Beach Boys from Album = Released = June 23, 1969 Format = Vinyl Recorded = March 31, 1969 and April 23, 1969 Genre = Pop music Length = 2:56 Label = Capitol Records Producer = Brian Wilson Reviews =… … Wikipedia
break away — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms break away : present tense I/you/we/they break away he/she/it breaks away present participle breaking away past tense broke away past participle broken away 1) to escape from a person, place, or situation… … English dictionary
break away — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you break away from someone who is trying to hold you or catch you, you free yourself and run away. [V P from n] I broke away from him and rushed out into the hall... [V P] Willie Hamilton broke away early in the race. Syn: cut … English dictionary
break away — 1) she attempted to break away Syn: escape, get away, run away, flee, make off; break free, break loose, get out of someone s clutches; informal cut and run 2) a group broke away from the main party Syn: leave, secede from … Thesaurus of popular words
break away — v. (D; intr.) to break away from (he broke away from his captors) * * * [ breɪkə weɪ] (D; intr.) to break away from (he broke away from his captors) … Combinatory dictionary