breakaway definition

  • adjective:
    • built to break, flex, or falter effortlessly upon effect, especially to produce an illusion, just like a theater prop, and for safety, much like a highway sign or buffer.
    • Severing or having severed alliance with another entity, plan, or mindset: several breakaway political reformers.
    • Having damaged from a larger product.
    • effective at breaking down without damaging the larger framework.
    • having separated or advocating separation from another entity or policy or mindset
    • Designed to break, bend, or falter quickly upon impact, particularly to generate an illusion, much like a theater prop, or for safety, as with a highway indication or buffer.
    • cutting or having severed alliance with another entity, policy, or attitude: a small grouping of breakaway governmental reformers.
    • Having damaged from a bigger device.
    • Capable of breaking off without damaging the more expensive construction.
    • having divided or advocating split from another entity or plan or attitude
  • noun:
    • the one that breaks away.
    • The work of breaking away, specially:
    • An offensive play in a team recreation such ice hockey which a player because of the basketball or puck improvements in front of the defenders toward the goal.
    • A burst of rate by a competitor or number of rivals in a race to break without the pack.
    • An object made to break away.
    • a small grouping of cyclists with gone prior to the peloton.
    • a scenario in the game in which a number of people of a team attack towards goal of others group without having any defenders facing all of them.
    • A wild rush of sheep, cattle, horses, or camels (especially at the smell or the sight of water); a stampede.
    • An animal that breaks far from a herd.
    • an object made to break-off or shatter under influence, as a safety measure.
    • the unexpected introduction of 1 or more people or contestants from a clustered team, rushing toward an objective, as bicyclists in a race, or baketball people after a rebound has been caught.
    • An animal which breaks away from a herd or group.
    • A panic dash of sheep, cattle, ponies, or any other creatures during the picture or scent of water; a stampede.
    • the act of breaking away or withdrawing from
    • the one that breaks away.
    • The work of breaking away, specifically:
    • An offensive play in a team sport like ice hockey where a player with the ball or puck improvements ahead of the defenders toward the goal.
    • A burst of speed by a competitor or band of competitors in a race to-break free from the pack.
    • An object made to break away.
    • several cyclists with gone ahead of the peloton.
    • a predicament into the online game where several players of a team assault towards aim of the other team with out any defenders before them.
    • A wild dash of sheep, cattle, ponies, or camels (especially in the odor or perhaps the sight of water); a stampede.
    • An animal that breaks away from a herd.
    • an object built to break off or shatter under effect, as a safety measure.
    • the abrupt emergence of just one or higher players or contestants from a clustered group, rushing toward a goal, as bicyclists in a race, or baketball players after a rebound happens to be caught.
    • An animal which breaks away from a herd or flock.
    • A panic dash of sheep, cattle, horses, or any other pets within picture or smell of water; a stampede.
    • the act of breaking away or withdrawing from
  • verb:
    • flee; try one's pumps; cut and run
    • withdraw from a company or communion
    • interrupt a continued activity
    • break-off (an item from a complete)
    • move away or escape instantly
    • flee; try an individual's pumps; cut and run
    • withdraw from a business or communion
    • interrupt a continued task
    • break-off (an item from a complete)
    • move away or escape all of a sudden

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