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Break dancing.
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  1. Break dancing.
  2. An escape:
  3. The result of breaking, as a crack, separation, or opening:
An interruption of continuity in space or time; hiatus; lacuna
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  1. An interruption of continuity in space or time; hiatus; lacuna
  2. A problematic situation resulting from such a disparity:
  3. An interruption of continuity:
An instance of breaking open or bursting:
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  1. An instance of breaking open or bursting:
  2. The process of breaking open or bursting.
  3. A break in friendly relations.
The act of breaching the law; contravening a duty or right.
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  1. The act of breaching the law; contravening a duty or right.
  2. The act or an instance of violating or the condition of being violated:
  3. A violating or being violated
An encroachment, as of a right or privilege:
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  1. An encroachment, as of a right or privilege:
  2. A violation, as of a law, regulation, or agreement.
  3. Violation of a copyright, patent, or trademark. Violation of a copyright, patent, or trademark.
A relative rise in sea level resulting in deposition of marine strata over terrestrial strata.
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  1. A relative rise in sea level resulting in deposition of marine strata over terrestrial strata.
  2. A relative rise in sea level resulting in deposition of marine strata over terrestrial strata. The sequence of sedimentary strata formed by transgressions and regressions provides information about the changes in sea level during a particular geologic time.
  3. A violation of a law, principle, or duty.
Break dancing.
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  1. Break dancing.
  2. An escape:
  3. The result of breaking, as a crack, separation, or opening:
A space between objects or points; an aperture:
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  1. A space between objects or points; an aperture:
  2. A problematic situation resulting from such a disparity:
  3. An interruption of continuity:
An opening or perforation:
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  1. An opening or perforation:
  2. An opening in or through anything; break; gap
  3. A gap, usually the valence band of an insulator or semiconductor, that would normally be filled with one electron. If an electron accelerated by a voltage moves into a gap, it leaves a gap behind it, and in this way the hole itself appears to move through the substance. Even though holes are in fact the absence of a negatively charged particle (an electron), they can be treated theoretically as positively charged particles, whose motion gives rise to electric current.
Any of a series of holes punched or drilled, as between postage stamps on a sheet
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  1. Any of a series of holes punched or drilled, as between postage stamps on a sheet
  2. A hole made by piercing, ulceration, etc.
  3. A hole or series of holes punched or bored through something, especially a hole in a series, separating sections in a sheet or roll.
An instance of breaking open or bursting:
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  1. An instance of breaking open or bursting:
  2. The process of breaking open or bursting.
  3. A break in friendly relations.
The act of contravening or the state of being contravened; a violation, contradiction, or inconsistency.
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  1. The act of contravening or the state of being contravened; a violation, contradiction, or inconsistency.
  2. The act of contravening a rule, regulation, or law, or of not fulfilling an obligation, promise, or agreement.
A breaking of a law, pact, etc.; violation; infringement
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  1. A breaking of a law, pact, etc.; violation; infringement
An encroachment, as of a right or privilege:
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  1. An encroachment, as of a right or privilege:
  2. A violation, as of a law, regulation, or agreement.
  3. Violation of a copyright, patent, or trademark. Violation of a copyright, patent, or trademark.
A relative rise in sea level resulting in deposition of marine strata over terrestrial strata.
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  1. A relative rise in sea level resulting in deposition of marine strata over terrestrial strata.
  2. A relative rise in sea level resulting in deposition of marine strata over terrestrial strata. The sequence of sedimentary strata formed by transgressions and regressions provides information about the changes in sea level during a particular geologic time.
  3. A violation of a law, principle, or duty.
A moral offense; transgression
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  1. A moral offense; transgression
  2. (Law) Any of various torts involving interference to another's enjoyment of his property, especially the act of being present on another's land without lawful excuse.
  3. The transgression of a moral or social law, code, or duty.
The act of breaching the law; contravening a duty or right.
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  1. The act of breaching the law; contravening a duty or right.
  2. The act or an instance of violating or the condition of being violated:
  3. A violating or being violated
An alienating or being alienated; specif., estrangement or detachment
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  1. An alienating or being alienated; specif., estrangement or detachment
  2. The act of alienating or the condition of being alienated; estrangement:
  3. In real property law, the voluntary and absolute transfer of title of possession, by gift, sale, or testamentary instrument, of real property from one to another. In real property law, the voluntary and absolute transfer of title of possession, by gift, sale, or testamentary instrument, of real property from one to another.
Break dancing.
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  1. Break dancing.
  2. An escape:
  3. The result of breaking, as a crack, separation, or opening:
The state of being alien; foreign, non-native.
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  1. The state of being alien; foreign, non-native.
  2. The act of estranging; the act of alienating; alienation.
A separation into subgroups or factions; a schism.
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  1. A separation into subgroups or factions; a schism.
  2. A long, narrow crack or opening in the face of a rock. Fissures are often filled with minerals of a different type from those in the surrounding rock.
  3. (Medicine) A break in the skin, usually where it joins a mucous membrane, producing a cracklike sore or ulcer.
A hole or gap made by rending or tearing, as a torn place in cloth, a fissure in the earth, etc.
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  1. A hole or gap made by rending or tearing, as a torn place in cloth, a fissure in the earth, etc.
  2. An additional amount paid or accruing to the owner of an economic resource, as a tract of land, that is the result of some special or unique attribute, as a desirable location
  3. A stated return or payment for the temporary possession or use of a house, land, or other property, made, usually at fixed intervals, by the tenant or user to the owner
A narrow break, crack, or other opening in a rock, usually made by cracking or splitting.
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  1. A narrow break, crack, or other opening in a rock, usually made by cracking or splitting.
  2. An open break in a previously friendly relationship
  3. A break in friendly relations:
The process of breaking open or bursting.
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  1. The process of breaking open or bursting.
  2. A breaking off of friendly or peaceful relations, as between countries or individuals
  3. A break in friendly relations.
A formal breach of union within a religious body, especially a Christian church.
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  1. A formal breach of union within a religious body, especially a Christian church.
  2. The offense of attempting to produce such a breach.
  3. Any of the sects, parties, etc. formed by such a split
A single thickness of hide split horizontally
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  1. A single thickness of hide split horizontally
  2. An arrangement of bowling pins left standing after a bowl, in which two or more pins remain standing with one or more pins between them knocked down.
  3. A break; fissure; crack; tear
To lessen the force or effect of:
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  1. To lessen the force or effect of:
  2. To fail to conform to; violate:
  3. To exchange for smaller monetary units:
To make or adjust a space between (objects or points) or in (a device):
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  1. To make or adjust a space between (objects or points) or in (a device):
  2. To be or become open:
  3. To come apart; open
To create by making a hole
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  1. To create by making a hole
  2. To put, hit, or drive into a hole
  3. A gap, usually the valence band of an insulator or semiconductor, that would normally be filled with one electron. If an electron accelerated by a voltage moves into a gap, it leaves a gap behind it, and in this way the hole itself appears to move through the substance. Even though holes are in fact the absence of a negatively charged particle (an electron), they can be treated theoretically as positively charged particles, whose motion gives rise to electric current.
To pierce or stamp with rows of holes, as those between postage stamps, to allow easy separation.
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  1. To pierce or stamp with rows of holes, as those between postage stamps, to allow easy separation.
  2. To pierce (a sheet of stamps, etc.) with holes in a row
  3. To pierce, punch, or bore a hole or holes in; penetrate.
To force a way into or through; break through
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  1. To force a way into or through; break through
  2. To pass into or through as a pointed instrument does; penetrate; stab
  3. To cut or pass through with or as if with a sharp instrument; stab or penetrate.
To pierce with a pointed object.
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  1. To pierce with a pointed object.
  2. To reduce or put an end to, as if by a puncture
  3. To be pierced or punctured:
To cause to give up a habit:
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  1. To cause to give up a habit:
  2. To exchange for smaller monetary units:
  3. To fail to conform to; violate:
To act or be in violation of (a law, directive, or principle, for example); violate:
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  1. To act or be in violation of (a law, directive, or principle, for example); violate:
  2. To disagree with in argument; contradict
  3. To go against; oppose; conflict with; violate
To transgress or exceed the limits of; violate:
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  1. To transgress or exceed the limits of; violate:
  2. To encroach on someone or something; engage in trespassing:
  3. To break (a law or agreement); fail to observe the terms of; violate
To spread over land, especially over the land along a subsiding shoreline. Used of the sea.
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  1. To spread over land, especially over the land along a subsiding shoreline. Used of the sea.
  2. To overstep or break (a law, commandment, etc.)
  3. To go beyond (a limit, boundary, etc.)
To assault (a person) sexually.
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  1. To assault (a person) sexually.
  2. To break in upon; interrupt thoughtlessly; disturb
  3. To break (a law, rule, promise, etc.); fail to keep or observe; infringe on
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