breakup definition

  • noun:
    • The act or a case of splitting up, as a division, dispersal, or disintegration.
    • The discontinuance of a relationship, as a married relationship or a friendship.
    • The cracking and shifting of ice in streams or harbors during spring.
    • A loss of control or composure.
    • The act of splitting up; disintegration or unit
    • The termination of a romantic or sexual commitment
    • a loss in mental control; a breakdown
    • interruption; coming aside; a separation and dispersion of the components or members.
    • the cancellation of a relationship; a break-up of the government; the break-up of a wedding; the break-up of a small business relationship; the break-up of a comedy staff.
    • The act or an example of splitting up, as a division, dispersal, or disintegration.
    • A disruption; a dissolution of connection; a separation of a mass into components; a disintegration; a disbandment.
    • The discontinuance of a relationship, as a married relationship or a friendship.
    • The cracking and moving of ice in rivers or harbors throughout the spring.
    • a loss in control or composure.
    • The work of separating; disintegration or division
    • The termination of an intimate or sexual relationship
    • a loss in psychological control; a breakdown
    • Disruption; coming apart; a separation and dispersion of components or people.
    • the termination of a relationship; a break-up of the government; the break-up of a wedding; the break-up of a small business partnership; the break-up of a comedy staff.
    • A disruption; a dissolution of connection; a separation of a mass into parts; a disintegration; a disbandment.
    • coming aside
    • the cancellation or disintegration of a relationship (between persons or nations)
    • coming apart
    • the cancellation or disintegration of a relationship (between people or countries)
  • others:
    • Pertaining to or in celebration for the separating or termination of any culture, association, conference, or perhaps the like: as, a break-up party or service.
    • with respect to or perhaps in event of separating or cancellation of any society, association, meeting, or the like: as, a break-up party or ceremony.
  • verb:
    • laugh unrestrainedly
    • cause to go into an answer
    • assault with or as if with a pickaxe of ice or rugged surface, for example
    • bring the relationship of to an-end or cause to-break up
    • suffer a nervous description
    • launch ice
    • ready or keep apart
    • make a rest in
    • ruin the completeness of a collection of relevant things
    • take apart into its constituent pieces
    • laugh unrestrainedly
    • discontinue a link or connection; get other ways
    • cause to go into a remedy
    • break or cause to-break into pieces
    • assault with or like with a pickaxe of ice or rugged ground, like
    • close at the end of a session
    • bring the organization of to an end or cause to split up
    • to cause to separate your lives and go in various instructions
    • endure a nervous breakdown
    • break
    • release ice
    • arrived at a finish
    • ready or keep aside
    • break violently or noisily; smash
    • make a break in
    • split (substances) into constituent elements or components
    • destroy the completeness of some associated items
    • cause to split up
    • disassemble into its constituent pieces
    • discontinue a link or connection; get various ways
    • break or cause to-break into pieces
    • close after a session
    • resulting in to split up and enter various directions
    • come apart
    • started to an end
    • break violently or noisily; smash
    • individual (substances) into constituent elements or parts
    • cause to split up

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