break out
تلفظ آنلاین

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شیوع یافتن ، تاول زدن ، جوش زدن ، شیوع ، ورزش: نوعی حمله برای خارج کردن گوی از منطقه دفاعی
break out
[verb]
Synonyms: begin, appear, arise, commence, emerge, happen, occur, set in, spring up, start
English Thesaurus: escape, get away, break free/break away, flee, get out, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

break out phrasal verb (see also break)

1. if something unpleasant such as a fire, fight, or war breaks out, it starts to happen:
I was still living in London when the war broke out.
Does everyone know what to do if a fire breaks out?
Fighting broke out between demonstrators and the police.outbreak

2. to escape from a prison
break out of
Three men have broken out of a top-security jail.breakout

3. to change the way you live because you feel bored
break out of
She felt the need to break out of her daily routine.

4. break out in spots/a rash/a sweat etc if you break out in spots etc, they appear on your skin:
I broke out in a painful rash.
My whole body broke out in a sweat.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

break out
break out (something)
to make food or drink available.
Break out the champagne and drink to the couple's health!

1.
to begin suddenly and with force.
A fight broke out in the dance club.

Usage notes: usually used to describe a fight, argument, or war
2.
to escape from a place or a situation.
Two inmates broke out of prison and are still at large.

Usage notes: often used with of, as in the example
3.
to suddenly have spots on the skin.
Detergents make the skin on my hands break out.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

break out something
break out (something)
to make food or drink available.
Break out the champagne and drink to the couple's health!

1.
to begin suddenly and with force.
A fight broke out in the dance club.

Usage notes: usually used to describe a fight, argument, or war
2.
to escape from a place or a situation.
Two inmates broke out of prison and are still at large.

Usage notes: often used with of, as in the example
3.
to suddenly have spots on the skin.
Detergents make the skin on my hands break out.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

break out
v.
1. To begin showing a rash or other skin disorder.
Often used with "with".
He broke out with scarlet fever.
2. To speak or act suddenly and violently.
He broke out laughing.
She broke out, "That is not so!"
3. To begin and become noticeable.
Fire broke out after the earthquake.
War broke out in 1812.
Compare: FLARE UP.
4. informal To bring out; open and show.
When word of the victory came, people began breaking out their flags.
When Mr. Carson's first son was born, he broke out the cigars he had been saving.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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