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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #96848: Break and synonyms
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    Break and synonyms


    to break (broke-broken) : to separate into two or more pieces



    to break the ice



    to chip: to break  or cut in small pieces



    wood chips


    to crack: to break without complete separation of the parts



    you can see a crack in the wall.


    to crumble: to break or be broken into crumbs or fragments



    a crumbling red brick wall


    to rip: To tear or be torn violently or roughly



    a ripped blanket


    to shatter: to break suddenly into very small pieces


    shattered windscreen


    to smash: to break noisily into a lot of small pieces




    a smashed cup of coffee             


    to snap : to break suddenly and quickly with a cracking sound




    snapping your fingers


    to splinter : to divide into two or more parts



    splinter of wood


    to split : to divide into two or more parts



    split a ball



    to tear (tore-torn): to separate or cause to separate abruptly, suddenly


    to tear a sheet of paper




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    1. If I want to buy that dress, I'll have to my piggy bank.
    2. Fragments of a guitar by the late American rock star Jimi Hendrix have been auctioned for £29 700.
    3. Did you know there was a in the glass?
    4. She his cheque into shreds and threw them in the bin.
    5. The girl had got a in her toe.
    6. the aubergines in half and cover with breadcrumbs.
    7. The ground was covered with wood where they'd been chopping logs.
    8. Over the centuries, the wall had into ruins.
    9. I saw her the note into little pieces.
    10. The glass into a thousand tiny pieces.
    11. You'll that ruler if you bend it too far.

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