break away

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Englisch - Türkisch
kopmak

İskoçya, İngiltere'den kopmak istiyor. - Scotland wants to break away from England.

kaçıp kurtulmak
ayrılmak
sıvışmak
(Tekstil) ayırmak ( elyaf )
{i} kaçıp kurtulma
kaçmak
ayrıl
sevgliden ayrılmak
kaçıp kurtul
kurtulmak
kirişi kırmak
break away from
-den sıvışmak
break away from
ilişkiyi kesmek
break away from
'den kaçmak
break away from
başlarını kopartmak
break away from
köprüleri atmak
break away depression
(Meteoroloji) ayrık alçak
break away from one's party
(Politika, Siyaset) partiden ayrılmak
break away from one's party
(Politika, Siyaset) partiden çekilmek
break away from one's party
(Politika, Siyaset) partiyi bırakmak
break away with someone
ipleri koparmak
breakaway
çekilme
breakaway
(Askeri) AYRILIŞ, UZAKLAŞMAK (HV) KOPMA: 1. Şok cephesinin, nükleer bir silahın patlamasından oluşan, genişleyen ateştopunun dış tarafından uzaklaştığı durumun başlangıcı. 2. Taarruzun tamamlanmasından sonra, belirtildiği şekilde verilen istikamete dönme
breakaway
(Çevre) serbest kalan
breakaway
kopma
breakaway
ayrılma
breakaway
kaçan/kopan/ayrılan kimse
breakaway
kaçma
breakaway
kaçak
breakaway
kaçış
breakaway
firar
break#away
ayrıl
to break away
kurtulmak için
breakaway
çürük/kopan/kaçak
breakaway
çürük/ayrı/kaçak
Englisch - Englisch
to leave suddenly
to become separated, literally or figuratively
If you break away from someone who is trying to hold you or catch you, you free yourself and run away. I broke away from him and rushed out into the hall Willie Hamilton broke away early in the race. = cut loose
interrupt a continued activity; "She had broken with the traditional patterns"
run away, escape; disconnect, cut off ties, isolate oneself
move away or escape suddenly; "The horses broke from the stable"; "Three inmates broke jail"; "Nobody can break out--this prison is high security"
flee; take to one's heels; cut and run; "If you see this man, run!"; "The burglars escaped before the police showed up"
break off (a piece from a whole); "Her tooth chipped"
withdraw from an organization or communion; "After the break up of the Soviet Union, many republics broke away"
If you break away from something or someone that restricts you or controls you, you succeed in freeing yourself from them. Aboriginal art has finally gained recognition and broken away from being labelled as `primitive' or `exotic'
breakaway
A group of riders which has gone ahead of the peloton

The breakaway has maintained its lead all day and may actually survive to the finish.

breakaway
The onset of a condition in which the shock front (in the air), moves away from the exterior of the expanding fireball produced by the explosion of a nuclear (or atomic) weapon See Fireball, Shock front
breakaway
The point/s at which a fire, after it has been contained, escapes into unburnt areas across a fire line or fire edge
breakaway
Specially designed prop or set piece which looks solid by shatters easily Breakaways props are often glass items
breakaway
When the offense rushes toward the goal to try and score, also called a fast break
breakaway
when an attacker with the ball approaches the goal undefended; this exciting play pits a sole attacker against the goalkeeper in a one-on-one showdown
breakaway
A safety device used in headgear
breakaway
An offensive rush in which the attacking player breaks into the clear and has a clear shot on the goaltender
breakaway
A wild rush of sheep, cattle, horses, or camels (especially at the smell or the sight of water); a stampede
breakaway
a clear scoring opportunity where no defensive player is between the puck carrier and the goaltender
breakaway
A one-on-one scoring opportunity between the puck carrier and the opposing goaltender
breakaway
In decal transfer, a decal intentionally designed to break off at the edge of a part
breakaway
A player in control of the puck has a breakaway when the only opponent between him and the opposition's goal is the goalie (and a reasonable scoring opportunity exists )
breakaway
the act of breaking away or withdrawing from; "there was a breakaway by the discontented members"; "a breaking away from family and neighborhood" having separated or advocating separation from another entity or policy or attitude; "a breakaway faction
breakaway
Having broken away from a larger unit
breakaway
A situation in the game where one or more players of a team attack towards the goal of the other team without having any defenders in front of them
breakaway
having separated or advocating separation from another entity or policy or attitude; "a breakaway faction
breakaway
A scoring opportunity that occurs when there are no defending players between the puck carrier and the opposing goaltender
breakaway
having separated or advocating separation from another entity or policy or attitude; "a breakaway faction"
breakaway
When one attacking player manages to get by all defenders and is skating in on the goalie by themselves it is known as a breakaway (also sometimes know as one on none )
breakaway
The action of a boundary layer separating from a surface
breakaway
A breakaway is a small plastic piece with an internal spring which is used to provide force on a facebow
breakaway
An animal that breaks away from a herd
breakaway
An offensive player has the puck while skating toward the opposing team's goal with only the goalie in between
breakaway
the act of breaking away or withdrawing from; "there was a breakaway by the discontented members"; "a breaking away from family and neighborhood"
breakaway
A play in which a puck carrier moves in alone on the opposing goalie
breakaway
A situation where an attacker with the ball breaks free of defenders and creates a one-on-one situation with the goalkeeper
breakaway
a prop especially constructed so that it will shatter or come apart easily; breakaways are widely used in action sequences such as a chair being broken over an actor's back in a barroom brawl
breakaway
When one attacking player manages to get by all defenders and is skating in on the goalie by him or herself it is known as a breakaway (also sometimes know as one on none )
breakaway
A breakaway group is a group of people who have separated from a larger group, for example because of a disagreement. Sixteen members of Parliament have formed a breakaway group. = splinter. breakaway group/party/movement a breakaway group etc is formed by people who have left another group because of a disagreement
breakaway
no opponent between the puck carrier and the opposition's goal except the goalie
breakaway
{i} split, breaking away, separation
breakaway
A scoring opportunity on which a skater with the puck is behind the opposing defensemen and faces only the goaltender
breakaway
When a player dribbling the ball breaks away from the other team and challenges the goalie one-on-one
breakaway
An offensive rush in which an attacking player breaks open and has a clear shot on the goaltender
break away
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