deal breaker

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deal breaker (plural deal breakers)

  1. (idiomatic) An issue which causes a relationship (especially in business) to fail.
    • 2004 -- Mark A. Williams: Your Identity Zones: Who Am I? Who Are You? How Do We Get Along?, page 294:
      Sometimes the process of digging uncovered a deal breaker.

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