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Sinónimos detallados de break up en inglés

break up:

to break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)

  1. to break up
    to go; to leave; to depart; to go away; to break up
    • go verbo (goes, went, going)
    • leave verbo (leaves, left, leaving)
    • depart verbo (departs, departed, departing)
    • go away verbo (goes away, went away, going away)
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
  2. to break up
    to demolish; to break down; to tear down; to break up; to destroy; to wreck; tear loose; to pull down; to take down; to get down; to drag down
    • demolish verbo (demolishes, demolished, demolishing)
    • break down verbo (breaks down, broke down, breaking down)
    • tear down verbo (tears down, tore down, tearing down)
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
    • destroy verbo (destroies, destroyed, destroying)
    • wreck verbo (wrecks, wrecked, wrecking)
    • tear loose verbo
    • pull down verbo (pulls down, pulled down, pulling down)
    • take down verbo (takes down, took down, taking down)
    • get down verbo (gets down, got down, getting down)
    • drag down verbo (drags down, dragged down, dragging down)
  3. to break up
    to separate; to break up; to go separate ways; to part
    • separate verbo (separates, separated, separating)
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
    • go separate ways verbo (goes separate ways, went separate ways, going separate ways)
    • part verbo (parts, parted, parting)
    to split up
    – discontinue an association or relation; go different ways 1
    • split up verbo (splits up, split up, splitting up)
      • My friend and I split up1
  4. to break up
    to break up
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
  5. to break up
    to disintegrate; to collapse; to fall apart; to break up; to fall to pieces; to crumble; to fall to bits
    • disintegrate verbo (disintegrates, disintegrated, disintegrating)
    • collapse verbo (collapses, collapsed, collapsing)
    • fall apart verbo (falls apart, fell apart, falling apart)
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
    • fall to pieces verbo (falls to pieces, fell to pieces, falling to pieces)
    • crumble verbo (crumbles, crumbled, crumbling)
    • fall to bits verbo (falls to bits, fell to bits, falling to bits)
  6. to break up
    to dissolve; to abolish; to disband; to shut down; to break up
    • dissolve verbo (dissolves, dissolved, dissolving)
    • abolish verbo (abolishes, abolished, abolishing)
    • disband verbo (disbands, disbanded, disbanding)
    • shut down verbo (shuts down, shut down, shutting down)
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
  7. to break up
    tear loose; to break up
  8. to break up
    to plough; to plough up; to dig; to convert; to reform; to break up
    • plough verbo (ploughs, ploughed, ploughing)
    • plough up verbo (ploughs up, ploughed up, ploughing up)
    • dig verbo (digs, dug, digging)
    • convert verbo (converts, converted, converting)
    • reform verbo (reforms, reformed, reforming)
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
  9. to break up
    to disperse; to scatter; to dissipate; to break up
    • disperse verbo (disperses, dispersed, dispersing)
    • scatter verbo (scatters, scattered, scattering)
    • dissipate verbo (dissipates, dissipated, dissipating)
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
  10. to break up
    to demolish; to break up; to tear down
    • demolish verbo (demolishes, demolished, demolishing)
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
    • tear down verbo (tears down, tore down, tearing down)
  11. to break up
    to divide; to break up; disrupt; disunite
  12. to break up
    – laugh unrestrainedly 1
    to break up; crack up
    – laugh unrestrainedly 1
  13. to break up
    – separate (substances) into constituent elements or parts 1
    to break down; to decompose; to break up
    – separate (substances) into constituent elements or parts 1
    • break down verbo (breaks down, broke down, breaking down)
    • decompose verbo (decomposes, decomposed, decomposing)
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
  14. to break up
    – cause to separate 1
    to disperse; to scatter; to break up
    – cause to separate 1
    • disperse verbo (disperses, dispersed, dispersing)
      • disperse particles1
    • scatter verbo (scatters, scattered, scattering)
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
      • break up kidney stones1
  15. to break up
    – break or cause to break into pieces 1
    fragment; to break up; fragmentize; fragmentise
    – break or cause to break into pieces 1
  16. to break up
    – come to an end 1
    to dissolve; to break up
    – come to an end 1
    • dissolve verbo (dissolves, dissolved, dissolving)
      • Their marriage dissolved1
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
  17. to break up
    – bring the association of to an end or cause to break up 1
    to dissolve; to break up
    – bring the association of to an end or cause to break up 1
    • dissolve verbo (dissolves, dissolved, dissolving)
      • The decree officially dissolved the marriage1
      • the judge dissolved the tobacco company1
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
  18. to break up
    – close at the end of a session 1
    recess; to adjourn; to break up
    – close at the end of a session 1
    • recess verbo
    • adjourn verbo (adjourns, adjourned, adjourning)
      • The court adjourned1
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
  19. to break up
    – cause to go into a solution 1
    to resolve; to dissolve; to break up
    – cause to go into a solution 1
    • resolve verbo (resolves, resolved, resolving)
    • dissolve verbo (dissolves, dissolved, dissolving)
      • The recipe says that we should dissolve a cup of sugar in two cups of water1
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
  20. to break up
    – make a break in 1
    to interrupt; to cut off; to break up; disrupt
    – make a break in 1
    • interrupt verbo (interrupts, interrupted, interrupting)
      • We interrupt the program for the following messages1
    • cut off verbo (cuts off, cut off, cutting off)
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
    • disrupt verbo
  21. to break up
    – release ice 1
    to break up; to calve
    – release ice 1
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
    • calve verbo (calves, calved, calving)
      • The icebergs and glaciers calve1
  22. to break up
    – attack with or as if with a pickaxe of ice or rocky ground, for example 1
    to pick; to break up
    – attack with or as if with a pickaxe of ice or rocky ground, for example 1
    • pick verbo (picks, picked, picking)
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
  23. to break up
    – set or keep apart 1
    to sever; to break up
    – set or keep apart 1
    • sever verbo (severs, severed, severing)
      • sever a relationship1
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
  24. to break up
    – break violently or noisily; smash 1
    to crash; to break up; break apart
    – break violently or noisily; smash 1
  25. to break up
    – destroy the completeness of a set of related items 1
    to break; to break up
    – destroy the completeness of a set of related items 1
    • break verbo (breaks, broke, breaking)
      • The book dealer would not break the set1
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
  26. to break up
    – take apart into its constituent pieces 1
    to dismantle; to break up; to take apart; break apart; disassemble
    – take apart into its constituent pieces 1
  27. to break up
    – suffer a nervous breakdown 1
    to collapse; to crack; to break up; crock up; crack up
    – suffer a nervous breakdown 1
  28. to break up
    – come apart 1
    to break up
    – come apart 1
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
  29. to break up
    – to cause to separate and go in different directions 1
    to disperse; to scatter; to dissipate; to break up; to dispel
    – to cause to separate and go in different directions 1
    • disperse verbo (disperses, dispersed, dispersing)
    • scatter verbo (scatters, scattered, scattering)
      • She waved her hand and scattered the crowds1
    • dissipate verbo (dissipates, dissipated, dissipating)
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
    • dispel verbo (dispels, dispelled, dispelling)
  30. to break up
    – discontinue an association or relation; go different ways 1
    to separate; to part; to break; to split; to break up; to split up
    – discontinue an association or relation; go different ways 1
    • separate verbo (separates, separated, separating)
      • The couple separated after 25 years of marriage1
    • part verbo (parts, parted, parting)
      • The business partners broke over a tax question1
    • break verbo (breaks, broke, breaking)
      • The business partners broke over a tax question1
    • split verbo (splits, split, splitting)
    • break up verbo (breaks up, broke up, breaking up)
    • split up verbo (splits up, split up, splitting up)
      • My friend and I split up1

Conjugaciones de break up:

present
  1. break up
  2. break up
  3. breaks up
  4. break up
  5. break up
  6. break up
simple past
  1. broke up
  2. broke up
  3. broke up
  4. broke up
  5. broke up
  6. broke up
present perfect
  1. have broken up
  2. have broken up
  3. has broken up
  4. have broken up
  5. have broken up
  6. have broken up
past continuous
  1. was breaking up
  2. were breaking up
  3. was breaking up
  4. were breaking up
  5. were breaking up
  6. were breaking up
future
  1. shall break up
  2. will break up
  3. will break up
  4. shall break up
  5. will break up
  6. will break up
continuous present
  1. am breaking up
  2. are breaking up
  3. is breaking up
  4. are breaking up
  5. are breaking up
  6. are breaking up
subjunctive
  1. be broken up
  2. be broken up
  3. be broken up
  4. be broken up
  5. be broken up
  6. be broken up
diverse
  1. break up!
  2. let's break up!
  3. broken up
  4. breaking up
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

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Definiciones relacionadas de "break up":

  1. laugh unrestrainedly1
  2. separate (substances) into constituent elements or parts1
  3. cause to separate1
    • break up kidney stones1
  4. break or cause to break into pieces1
  5. come to an end1
  6. bring the association of to an end or cause to break up1
  7. close at the end of a session1
  8. cause to go into a solution1
  9. make a break in1
  10. release ice1
  11. attack with or as if with a pickaxe of ice or rocky ground, for example1
  12. set or keep apart1
  13. break violently or noisily; smash1
  14. destroy the completeness of a set of related items1
  15. take apart into its constituent pieces1
  16. suffer a nervous breakdown1
  17. come apart1
  18. to cause to separate and go in different directions1
  19. discontinue an association or relation; go different ways1

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