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See also: breakout
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- (intransitive) To escape, especially forcefully or defiantly.
- They broke out of prison in the middle of the night.
- The brigade succeeded in breaking out of the pocket and reunited with friendly forces.
- (transitive, idiomatic) To bring out, use, or present.
- Break out the bubbly and celebrate.
- (transitive) To separate from a bundle.
- Break out the cables from the harness once they are inside the frame.
- (transitive) To take or force out by breaking.
- to break out a pane of glass
- (intransitive) To begin suddenly; to emerge in a certain condition.
- He broke out in sweat.
- He broke out in song.
- (intransitive) To suddenly get pimples, especially on one's face.
- (to separate from): sunder out
to escape, especially forcefully or defiantly
to bring out, use, or present
to separate from a bundle
to take or force out by breaking
to begin suddenly; to emerge in a certain condition