break in definition

  • verb:
    • To enter a spot by force or illicit means.
    • resulting in (one thing, or somebody, brand-new) to work much more normally through usage or wear
    • To tame; make acquiescent; to train to check out requests of this owner.
    • To enter a place by power or illicit means.
    • To cause (something, or someone, brand-new) to work more obviously through usage or use
    • To tame; make obedient; to coach to follow along with sales of the owner.

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