To break down

Definition of To break down

To crush; to overwhelm; as, to break down one's strength; to break down opposition.
To remove, or open a way through, by breaking; as, to break down a door or wall.
To come down by breaking; as, the coach broke down.
To fail in any undertaking; to halt before successful completion; as, the negotiations broke down due to irreconcilable demands.
To cease functioning or to malfunction; as, the car broke down in the middle of the highway.

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To brace a yard
To brace about
To brace in
To brace one's self
To brace sharp
To brace to
To brace up
To brace up sharp
To branch off
To branch out
To break
To break a code
To break a deer
To break a house
To break a jest
To break a lance
To break a path
To break away
To break bulk
To break cover
-To break down-
To break fast
To break gates
To break ground
To break in
To break jail
To break joints
To break loose
To break no squares
To break of
To break off
To break one's fast
To break open
To break out
To break out a cargo
To break sheer
To break squares
To break the back
To break the heart
To break the heart of
To break the ice
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