Translation: from english

break something off

  • 1 break off

    1) ( snap off) [end, mast] se casser; [handle, piece] se détacher
    2) ( stop speaking) s'interrompre
    3) ( pause) faire une pause
    break off [something], break [something] off
    4) ( snap) casser
    5) ( terminate) rompre [engagement, negotiations]; interrompre [conversation]

    English-French dictionary > break off

  • 2 break off

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    [English Word] break off
    [Swahili Word] -mega
    [Part of Speech] verb
    [Derived Word] mego N
    [Swahili Example] mega kwa meno [Rec]
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    [English Word] break off (a small amount of something)
    [Swahili Word] -dokoa
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    English-Swahili dictionary > break off

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