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Origin of breakoff
British Dictionary definitions for breakoff
Idioms and Phrases with breakoff
Stop abruptly, as in The trade talks broke off yesterday. [First half of 1300s]
Separate, sever a connection, as in The baby broke off the tops of all the flowers, or The new sect has broken off from the established church. [First half of 1500s]
End a relationship or friendship, as in Mary broke off her engagement to Rob. [Mid-1600s]