to break in

listen to the pronunciation of to break in
Englisch - Türkisch
içeri girmeye
alıştırmak
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- kırmak , çökertmek 2- terbiye etmek , eğitmek 3- alıştırmak 4- zorla girmek
(deyim) soze karismak
lafa karışmak
sözünü kesmek
{i} zorla girme

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.

(Dilbilim) maydanoz olmak
lafı bölmek
söze karışmak
{f} yarıda kes
hırsızlık
zorla girmek

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

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

(deyim) zorlayip girmek. a break-in hirsizlik
terbiye etmek
lafa karışmak; araya girmek
Englisch - Englisch
To tame; make obedient; to train to follow orders of the owner

Captain had been broken in and trained for an army horse; his first owner was an officer of cavalry going out to the Crimean war. He said he quite enjoyed the training with all the other horses, trotting together, turning together, to the right hand or the left, halting at the word of command, or dashing forward at full speed at the sound of the trumpet or signal of the officer.

To enter a place by force or other illicit means

Someone broke in and stole his radio.

To cause (something, or someone, new) to function more naturally through use or wear

These shoes will be more comfortable after I have broken them in.

If someone, usually a thief, breaks in, they get into a building by force. Masked robbers broke in and made off with $8,000 see also break-in
make submissive, obedient, or useful; "The horse was tough to break"; "I broke in the new intern"
start in a certain activity, enterprise, or role intrude on uninvited; "The nosy couple broke in on our conversation"
{f} enter forcibly; enter a building or room or a person's house by means of force (with the intention to steal or commit a violent act); interrupt a person while he is speaking; train a beginner; make something more natural through use or wear
If you break in on someone's conversation or activity, you interrupt them. O'Leary broke in on his thoughts Mrs Southern listened keenly, occasionally breaking in with pertinent questions `She told you to stay here,' Mike broke in. = butt in
break so as to call inward; "He broke in the door"
intrude on uninvited; "The nosy couple broke in on our conversation"
break into a conversation; "her husband always chimes in, even when he is not involved in the conversation"
enter someone's property in an unauthorized manner, usually with the intent to steal or commit a violent act; "Someone broke in while I was on vacation"; "They broke into my car and stole my radio!
If you break someone in, you get them used to a new job or situation. The band are breaking in a new backing vocalist
start in a certain activity, enterprise, or role
If you break in something new, you gradually use or wear it for longer and longer periods until it is ready to be used or worn all the time. When breaking in an engine, you probably should refrain from high speed for the first thousand miles
to break in
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