Break Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Break V1 V2 V3

Break Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Break V1 V2 V3



  • Separate or cause to separate into pieces as a result of a blow, shock, or strain.(verb)
  • Interrupt (a sequence, course, or continuous state)(verb)
  • Fail to observe (a law, regulation, or agreement)(verb)
Verb(V1)Past Tense(V2)Past Participle(V3)
Verb – es(Ves)Verb – ing(Ving)

shatter, smash, smash to smithereens, crack, snap, fracture, fragment, splinter, interrupt, disturb, interfere with, contravene, violate, fail to comply with, fail to observe, disobey, infringe, breach, commit a breach of, transgress against, change, undergo a change, alter, shift, metamorphose, erupt, burst out, break out, interruption, interval, gap, hiatus, lapse of time, lacuna, rest, respite, interval, breathing space, lull, recess, gap, opening, space, hole, breach, chink, crack, fissure, cleft, rift, chasm, opportunity, stroke of luck, chance, opening, foot in the door,

Example Sentences with break
  • You might want to take a break.
  • We are going to breakfast. Would you come?
  • I’II prepare breakfast while you’re having a shower.
  • Before school, Jane eats breakfast.
  • Jonathan’s mother has been working all day without any break.
  • They don’t have enough time. They can either have breakfast or have a shower.
  • I take a break every three hours.
  • For some stories, it’s easy. The moral of ‘The Three Bears,’ for instance, is “Never break into someone else’s house.’
  • Do you want to go out for breakfast?
  • I would rather have breakfast.
  • I watched television during a break in my studies.
  • Unlike sugar, cholesterol does not break down in the blood.
  • She especially loves to have breakfast at home.
  • I will have prepared breakfast by the time the children wake up.
  • I will love myself because I am sturdy. Because I did not -will not- break.
  • I occasionally have breakfast.
  • My mother will not have prepared breakfast by the time my father and brother wake up.
  • They should have breakfast together.
  • Pleasures may turn a heart to stone, riches may make it callous, but sorrows cannot break it. Hearts live by being wounded.
  • My grandfather usually eats breakfast at six.
  • What time do you usually have breakfast?
  • Give him a break!
  • One must not break her promise.
  • Why don’t you take a break?
  • Samuel break into the conversation and told us.
  • I’m going to take a short break.