English to Samoan Meaning :: break

Break :
mālōlō
- mālōlōsoliamalologa
 

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Noun(1) some abrupt occurrence that interrupts an ongoing activity(2) an unexpected piece of good luck(3) (geology(4) a personal or social separation (as between opposing factions(5) a pause from doing something (as work(6) the act of breaking something(7) a time interval during which there is a temporary cessation of something(8) breaking of hard tissue such as bone(9) the occurrence of breaking(10) an abrupt change in the tone or register of the voice (as at puberty or due to emotion(11) the opening shot that scatters the balls in billiards or pool(12) (tennis(13) an act of delaying or interrupting the continuity(14) a sudden dash(15) any frame in which a bowler fails to make a strike or spare(16) an escape from jail
Verb(1) terminate(2) become separated into pieces or fragments(3) render inoperable or ineffective(4) ruin completely(5) destroy the integrity of; usually by force; cause to separate into pieces or fragments(6) act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises(7) move away or escape suddenly(8) scatter or part(9) force out or release suddenly and often violently something pent up(10) prevent completion(11) enter someone's (virtual or real(12) make submissive, obedient, or useful(13) fail to agree with; be in violation of; as of rules or patterns(14) surpass in excellence(15) make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret(16) come into being

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(1) line break(2) strategies used to break the union(3) I need a break from mental activity(4) break the chocolate into pieces(5) When you see a colleague struggling, walk him to the vending machine for a break .(6) WordPerfect allows you to mark a block of text as not permitted to be interrupted by a page break .(7) While they were successful in obtaining Rich's resignation, they could not break his spirit.(8) Having set up the venue themselves, they left for a break but on their return found the hall locked again.(9) Will people want to honour her, as they did then, or will the extended bank holiday designated for this purpose simply pass off as a pleasant break ?(10) It was also viewed by its architects as a way to break the power of the elite, who are still very much in control.(11) Students come here to eat, drink and take a break from school work.(12) don't scratch it or you'll break the skin(13) The Canadian Cancer Society is urging smokers trying to quit to plan out how they are going to break their habit.(14) This great weather is sure to break soon so lets all enjoy it while it lasts.(15) The club will run until June, break for the summer and resume again in September.(16) it's a break with the way the business was run
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Synonyms
M
1. break ::
mālōlō
5. recess ::
tuʻuaga
6. disintegrate ::
disintegrate
7. crush ::
tumutumu
8. stave ::
stave
9. kibble ::
kibble
10. impair ::
faʻaleaga
11. interrupt ::
faʻamotu
12. disband ::
faʻateʻaina
13. transgress ::
solia
14. discontinue ::
utuvā
15. split ::
vaeluaina
17. appear ::
foliga mai
18. arrive ::
taunuu
19. come ::
sau
20. spring ::
vaipuna
21. evolve ::
evolve
22. express ::
faailoa
23. disclose ::
faʻaiʻu
24. bring out ::
aumaia i fafo
25. breathe ::
mānava
26. cleave ::
pipii
27. crush into pieces ::
tuʻimomomoina i fasi
28. fracture ::
foa
29. tear ::
sae
30. shatter ::
nuti
31. reduce ::
faaitiitia
32. remove ::
aveese
33. offend ::
faatausuai
34. crack ::
māvae
35. spoil ::
faʻaleaga
36. make angry ::
faia ita
37. be discovered ::
ona iloa
38. come out ::
sau i fafo
39. transpire ::
tutupu
40. mangle ::
mangle
41. cut ::
tipi
42. separate ::
vavae
43. obstruct ::
faʻalavea
44. reveal ::
faaalia
45. publish ::
lolomi
46. put ::
tuʻu
47. annul ::
tatala
48. divide ::
vavae
49. furcate ::
furcate
50. violate ::
solia
51. breach ::
solia
52. infringe ::
soli
53. contravene ::
solia
54. overstep ::
overstep
56. suppress ::
oʻono
57. inhibit ::
taofiofia
58. sit on ::
nofo i
59. subdue ::
faatoilalo
60. tame ::
faʻalata
61. go into bankruptcy ::
alu atu i le gaumativa
62. fail ::
toilalo
63. bust ::
bust
64. bankrupt ::
tagata pa'ū
65. terminate ::
gata
66. determine ::
fuafua
67. pass away ::
mavae atu
68. dissolve ::
faʻaliusuāvai
69. end ::
faaiuga
70. break off ::
gausia ese
72. be through with ::
e ala i
73. expel ::
tafi
74. cause to run ::
faia e tamoe
75. pause ::
mānava
76. be delayed ::
ona faatuai
77. adjourn ::
mālōlō
78. defer ::
eʻe
79. cease ::
utu
80. prorogue ::
faatuua
81. leave over ::
tuua i
82. burst out ::
pa mai
83. know ::
iloa
84. ken ::
Ken
85. breakdown ::
faʻavauvau
88. breakage ::
breakage
90. cleft ::
cleft
91. chasm ::
va telē
92. nook ::
nook
93. breakup ::
talepe ese
94. intermission ::
mālōloga
95. separation ::
tuueseeseina
96. hiatus ::
hiatus
97. dissolution ::
faataapeina
98. severance ::
severance
99. repression ::
faʻasalaga
100. restraint ::
tāofiofiga
101. check ::
siaki
103. subdual ::
subdual
104. infringement ::
soliga
105. contravention ::
solia
107. crossing ::
sopoʻaga
108. burst ::
mapuna aʻe
109. fission ::
fission
110. cleavage ::
cleavage
111. eruption ::
sasao
112. laceration ::
laceration
113. freedom ::
saʻolotoga
114. grind ::
faʻamanifi
116. stamp ::
faʻailoga
117. champ ::
champ
118. hindrance ::
faʻalavelave
119. impediment ::
faalavelaveina
120. obstacle ::
toʻatūgā
122. loss ::
leiloa
124. deprivation ::
aveesea
125. ruin ::
malaia
126. deferment ::
deferment
128. delay ::
tuai
129. cessation ::
faamutaina
130. suspension ::
tautauga
132. appearance ::
foliga
133. emergence ::
mapuna aʻe
134. apparition ::
apparition
135. incarnation ::
faatinoga
136. subtraction ::
tōʻese
137. reckoning ::
faamasinoga
138. deduction ::
Antonyms
1. advance ::
auʻiluma
2. elevate ::
siitia
3. promote ::
uunaia
4. raise ::
siʻi
Different Forms
break, breaking, breaks
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