What is the definition of taking a break?
"To cease to toil with an intent to rest"
A stanza break is a blank line between the stanzas (a group of lines) in a poem.
Breaking news is a newsworthy event that is currently unfolding even as it's being reported upon. One example would be TV crews covering a disaster such as an earthquake or plane crash, and showing (live and on the air) the rescuers trying to get to the survivors.
to smash, split, or divide into parts violently; reduce topieces or fragments:
In printing, a code that marks the end of a page. A "hard" page break, inserted by the user, breaks the page at that location. "Soft" page breaks are created by word processing and report programs based on the current page length setting.
it is used to shorten long objects in technical drawings with uniform detail, typically represented as a jagged line threw the uniform area to shorten the picture.
break means too pull a math question apart. (im not sure)
Some people call that, the tick, pop-locking, or just simply break dancing.
In one dictionary, I counted 76.
shape texture is just the way it feels
Analyze the word intercession and choose the answer that correctly breaks it down to arrive at a definition?
prefix inter- = "between" root cede = "move" suffix -sion = "the act or state of being" intercession = "the act of moving between" prefix in- = "not" root destruct = "destroy" suffix -ible = "capable of" indestructible = "not able to be destroyed"
Anti-lock braking system
To move beyond or stop the cycle of an unsupportive pattern of behavior, situation or self limiting beleif. To stop or cease a past life issue. End of a a karmic debt
It is known as 'parsing'
News that just came in...thats like exciting.. What is a breaking News
what is short break line
It is "blooming."
The "language barrier" is when two people (or groups of people) can't communicate properly because they do not speak any languages in common. When you break that barrier, you can communicate...so you would assume that they started learning each other's language, or a different common one.
If a state leaves the union, it is said to secede.
Sure, but you should properly punctuate it: "break-out hit".
There are a few words you could use. Disruption, interruption or break would all work, as in: The continuity of the electrical current was interrupted. The continuity of the plain was broken by a low hill.The continuity of a process or a sequence is a hiatus.
There is a cholera outbreak in haiti right now and cholera is a bacteria cell called vibrio cholerae. This answer is coming from an 11 year old. Im in the gifted program.
What is the name of a piece of cut glass with triangular sides that breaks light into the spectrum of colours?
You are thinking of a Prism.
BreakA break in the ground (a crack)brake a brake on a carbreak Going from friendly to unfriendly relationshipbreak A rest in an activitybreak A break in your bad luckbreak Eg. Break your armbreak Break the lawbreak Eg. Breaking newsBrake To stop suddenlyBreak Eg. A break through in the treatment of cancerBreak Eg. At breakneck speedsBreak Eg. The police investigated a brake inBreak A break water Eg. The beach is protected by a break waterBreak Some… Read More
To break into small pieces is to pulverize. If the substance is broken down far enough it will become powdered.
When referred to in the Federalist Papers (Federalist Paper number ten) the concept of breaking into factions was discussed when stressing the importance of creating a Constitutional Republic and the dangers inherent in a pure democracy where the rights of the majority could effectively eliminate the rights of the minority. Factional or Partisan politics are now commonplace in American politics though and it seems as if many of the warnings by the Founding Fathers are… Read More
sunset ------------WRONG! Daybreak would be sunrise or dawn.
The kind of figurative language is a metaphor comparing Juilet to the Sun
To admit that you are powerless of something that you cannot control, such as drugs and alcohol.
breakability, fragility, instability, brittleness, insubstantiality, flimsiness.
not that popular its popular in hip hop and street dance
'Breakdown' is a noun. 'Break down' is a verb. "Breakdown" is to fall apart or come "unglued"; e.g., She had a mental breakdown. "Break down" is to take apart or to dismantle; e.g., He broke down the components of the new toy to see how it worked. Typically, the word breakdown is used in the context of presenting a series of steps or sequence of events, as in the finer details of a subject or… Read More
let's see.... here's a list:Faint, Fall,fragile,break-able,Unstablized,ETC.HOPE THIS HELPED!-Annie Jane
In 1991, Slovenia went solo, and that was the start for a civil war which resulted in 6 separate countries existing on their own today: * Croatia * Serbia and Montenegro * Bosnia and Herzegovina * Slovenia * Macedonia
Beaking load is defined as a stress or tension just steady enough to cause a break or rupture. This is not a definition you will find in a free dictionary.
Confidentiality is when something is promised to remain private. Examples of a break in confidentiality would be a doctor giving out private medical details without the patient's permission, a friend telling your secrets, or even the school counselor calling your mom after you've confided in her and asked her not to.
breaking into a building and stealing what is it caleed
Decomposable is one word which means "able to break down into organic matter." Specifically, the word functions as an adjective. It is formed from the combination of a prefix, a verb, and a suffix. The suffix de- means "down, away, opposite, reverse." The verb compose means "to be formed by, comprise, constitute, include, make up." The ending -able means "having the capability, capacity, quality of."
i am pretty sure it is when you tell a police officer the %$^% off or something
illegal acted unlawfully
in wrestling it means going over your weight for your class