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British and American by Eric Partridge
to break the habit. *break, give (someone) a. To liberate (him) from prison: 1881, A. Pinkerton, Professional Thieves and the Criminal; by 1910, merged with coll.
by Ronald Manual Doctor, Ada P. Kahn, Christine A. Adamec
More women than men seek help to break the habit. There seems to be a slight hereditary tendency to nail biting, ...
by Christopher G. Morris
apart, such as: to break some bad news to a person; to break someone's heart with cruel behavior; to break the habit of smoking. noun, plural breaks. 1. a place where something has come apart or come into pieces: X'rays showed a break in ...
by Thomas Nordegren
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Oxford Dictionary of English (2010)
by Angus Stevenson
try to break the habit of adding salt at the table. 2surpass (a record): the film broke box office records in the US. 3 [with obj.] fail to observe (a law, regulation, ...
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