break out definition

  • verb:
    • To escape, specially forcefully or defiantly.
    • (idiomatic) to bring down, utilize, or provide
    • to split up from a lot of money
    • To begin out of the blue; to emerge in a certain problem.
    • To all of a sudden get pimples, specifically on a single's face.
    • begin suddenly
    • move away or escape abruptly
    • come to be natural or available
    • take from stowage when preparing to be used
    • start out of the blue and sometimes violently
    • To escape, specifically forcefully or defiantly.
    • (idiomatic) to create completely, use, or present
    • to separate your lives from big money
    • To begin all of a sudden; to emerge in a particular problem.
    • To all of a sudden get pimples, particularly on one's face.
    • begin abruptly
    • move away or escape instantly
    • come to be natural or available
    • simply take from stowage when preparing for usage
    • start abruptly and often violently

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