break into

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Englisch - Türkisch
hırsızlık yapmak
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- kırıp girmek 2- birden bire başlamak
(deyim) ansızın gülmeye başlamak
basmak
(deyim) haneye tecavüz etmek
(deyim) kıkırdamaya başlamak
ayır
konuşmayı kesmek
(deyim) kapıyı kırarak girmek
lafa karışmak
(konuşma/vb.) kesmek
zorla girmek

Polis daireye pencereden zorla girmek için zorlandı. - The police were forced to break into the apartment through the window.

Hırsız arabaya zorla girmek için bir tornavida kullandı. - The thief used a screwdriver to break into the car.

birden -e başlamak: The horse broke into a run. At birden koşmaya başladı
-e zorla girmek
dalmak
tecâvüz etmek
(deyim) zorla yol açmak
ayırmak
girmek
birden bir şeye başlamak
zorla içeri girmek
break into pieces
parçalarına ayırmak
break into pieces
parçalanmak
break into applaud
coşkunca alkışlamak
break into fragments
parçalarına ayır
break into parts
parçalarına ayır
break into pieces
parçalarına ayır
break into splinters
parçalarına ayır
break into pieces
parçalara bölünmek
break into a chord
çalmaya başlamak
break into applause
çılgınca alkışlamak
break into applause
alkış tufanına tutmak
break into market
piyasaya açılmak
break into market
(Ticaret) pazara girmek
break into perspiration
terlemeye başlamak
break into pieces
parçalamak
break into pieces
parçalara ayırmak
break into song
şarkıya başlamak
break into the market
piyasaya girmek
break down into
ayır
break up - into pieces
parçalara bölmek
break out into a sweat
ter basmak
Englisch - Englisch
To successfully enter a profession or business

He hopes to break into show business.

To open or begin to use

I finally broke into the second package of cookies.

To enter illegally or by force, especially in order to commit a crime

Somebody broke into his car and stole his tools and CDs.

To begin suddenly

The horse broke into a gallop as they neared the barn.

If you break into a profession or area of business, especially one that is difficult to succeed in, you manage to have some success in it. She finally broke into films after an acclaimed stage career
If someone breaks into something they suddenly start doing it. For example if someone breaks into a run they suddenly start running, and if they break into song they suddenly start singing. The moment she was out of sight she broke into a run Then, breaking into a smile, he said, `I brought you something.'
express or utter spontaneously; "break into a yodel"; "break into a song"; "break into tears"
If someone breaks into a building, they get into it by force. There was no one nearby who might see him trying to break into the house
change pace; "The dancers broke into a cha-cha"; "The horse broke into a gallop"
force one's way into (often with the intent to steal goods); interrupt, cut in; begin suddenly, start abruptly; enter, get into
express or utter spontaneously; "break into a yodel"; "break into a song"; "break into tears
break into song
start singing
To break into
irrupt
break into
express or utter spontaneously; "break into a yodel"; "break into a song"; "break into tears"
break into
change pace; "The dancers broke into a cha-cha"; "The horse broke into a gallop"
break into

    Silbentrennung

    break in·to

    Türkische aussprache

    breyk întı

    Aussprache

    /ˈbrāk əntə/ /ˈbreɪk ɪntə/

    Etymologie

    [ 'brAk ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English breken, from Old English brecan; akin to Old High German brehhan to break, Latin frangere.

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