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nounتوڑنا ، توڑنے کا عمل ، بريک ، توڑنا ، ٹوٹنا
v.i.پھٹنا، ٹوٹ جانا، ٹوٹنا
ٹوٹناtootna
توڑناtorhna
وقفہwaqfa
توڑپھوڑtorh phorh
شگافshigaaf

English to English

noun
  1. an escape from jail
  2. the occurrence of breaking
  3. a sudden dash
  4. an unexpected piece of good luck
  5. an act of delaying or interrupting the continuity
  6. a score consisting of winning a game when your opponent was serving
  7. the opening shot that scatters the balls in billiards or pool
verb
  1. fall sharply
  2. render inoperable or ineffective
  3. happen
  4. prevent completion
  5. come into being
  6. find the solution or key to SOMETHING_1
  7. break a piece from a whole
  8. go to pieces
  9. ruin SOMETHING_1 completely
  10. destroy the completeness of a set of related items
  11. exchange SOMETHING_1 for smaller units of money
  12. emerge from the surface of a body of water
  13. change directions suddenly
  14. invalidate SOMETHING_1 by judicial action
  15. interrupt a continued activity
  16. cause the failure or ruin of SOMETHING_1
  17. give up
  18. come to an end
  19. weaken or destroy in spirit or body
  20. diminish or discontinue abruptly
  21. be broken in
  22. crack; of the male voice in puberty
  23. become separated into pieces or fragments
  24. destroy the integrity of; usually by force; cause to separate into pieces or fragments
  25. change suddenly from one tone quality or register to another
  26. undergo breaking
  27. interrupt the flow of current in SOMETHING_1
  28. be released or become known; of news
  29. pierce or penetrate
  30. become punctured or penetrated
  31. separate from a clinch, in boxing
  32. make the opening shot that scatters the balls
  33. force out or release suddenly and often violently something pent up
  34. curl over and fall apart in surf or foam, of waves
  35. scatter or part
  36. make SOMETHING_1 a rupture in the ranks of the enemy or one's own by quitting or fleeing
  37. move away or escape suddenly
  38. happen or take place
  39. come forth or begin from a state of latency
  40. cause to give up a habit
  41. vary or interrupt a uniformity or continuity

Synonyms | Related Words | Antonyms

1. noun interruptionhappeningoccurrenceoccurrentnatural event

2. noun natural eventgood luckhappy chanceaccidentfortuitychance event

3. noun chance eventfaultfaultinggeological faultshiftfracturecrackcleftcrevicefissurescissure

4. noun scissurerupturebreachseveranceriftfalling outseparationbreakupdetachment

5. noun detachmentrespiterecesstime outpause

6. noun pausebreakagebreakingchange of integrity

7. noun change of integritypauseintermissioninterruptionsuspensiontime intervalinterval

8. noun intervalfractureinjuryhurtharmtrauma

9. noun traumaseparationbreakupdetachment

10. noun detachmentchangealterationmodification

11. noun modificationstrokeshot

12. noun shotbreak of servescore

13. noun scoreinterruptiondisruptiongapdelayholdup

14. noun holdupdashsprint

15. noun sprintopen framescore

16. noun scorebreakoutjailbreakgaolbreakprisonbreakprison-breakingescapeflight

17. verb flightinterruptendterminate

18. verb terminateseparatesplit upfall apartcome apartchange integritybreak up

19. verb break upseparatedivide

20. verb dividedamage

21. verb damagebustdestroyruinbust upbreak upbreak apartbreak offbreak upbreak downrepair (antonym)

22. verb repair (antonym)transgressoffendinfractviolatego againstbreachdisrespectkeep (antonym)

23. verb keep (antonym)break outbreak awayescapeget awaybreak loose

24. verb break loosedispersedissipatescatterspread out

25. verb spread outbursteruptexpress emotionexpress feelings

26. verb express feelingsbreak offdiscontinuestopendterminate

27. verb terminatebreak intrespassintrude

28. verb intrudebreak indomesticatedomesticizedomesticisereclaimtame

29. verb tameviolatego againstconform to (antonym)

30. verb conform to (antonym)bettersurpassoutstripoutmatchoutgoexceedoutdosurmountoutperform

31. verb outperformunwrapdiscloselet onbring outrevealdiscoverexposedivulgeimpartgive awaylet outtell

32. verb tellbecomegoget

33. verb getfailgo badgive waydiegive outconk outgobreak downchange

34. verb changebreak awayseparatepartsplit upsplitbreakbreak up

35. verb break upfleeflytake flight

36. verb take flightcollapsefall incave ingivegive waybreakfounder

37. verb founderdampendampsoftenweakendeadenblunt

38. verb bluntchange

39. verb changeendstopfinishterminatecease

40. verb ceasechangealtervary

41. verb varydiscontinuestopceasegive upquitlay off

42. verb lay offcome forthemerge

43. verb emergehappenhapgo onpass offoccurpassfall outcome abouttake place

44. verb take placeruinmake (antonym)

45. verb make (antonym)invalidateannulquashvoidavoidnullify

46. verb nullifyseparatepartsplit upsplitbreak up

47. verb break updemotebumprelegatekick downstairsdelegatedesignatedeputeassignbump offpromote (antonym)

48. verb promote (antonym)bankruptruinsmashimpoverish

49. verb impoverishswitchshiftchange

50. verb changeappear

51. verb appearcollapsefall incave ingivegive wayfounderchange

52. verb changebreak dancebreak-dancedancetrip the light fantastictrip the light fantastic toe

53. verb trip the light fantastic toechangeexchangecommuteconvert

54. verb convertbreak upchangealtermodify

55. verb modifyshoot

56. verb shootseparatedisunitedividepart

57. verb partwearwear outbustfall apartdecaycrumbledelapidatewear awaywear offwear awaybreak awaybreak offbreak upbreak apart

58. verb break apartbreak offsnap offdetach

59. verb detachpenetrateperforate

60. verb perforateget outget around

61. verb get aroundpauseintermitinterruptdisruptbreak upcut off

62. verb cut offinterruptdisruptbreak upcut off

63. verb cut offdiphthongizediphthongise

64. verb diphthongisedestroyruin

65. verb ruinsolvework outfigure outpuzzle outlickwork

66. verb workswitchshiftchange

67. verb changerecrudescedevelophappenhapgo onpass offoccurpassfall outcome abouttake placebreak outbreak through

68. verb break throughcrackcheckchange

69. verb changechange stateturn

70. verb turndecreasediminishlessenfall

71. verb fallfractureinjurewound

72. verb wounddecreasediminishlessenfall

73. verb fallweaken