■ break with

■ break with
■ break with
v. i. + prep.
1 rompere con; troncare i rapporti con: to break with one's family, rompere con la propria famiglia
2 abbandonare; lasciare; rompere con (qc.): to break with a party, lasciare (o rompere con) un partito; to break with tradition, rompere con la tradizione; to break with the past, dare un taglio al passato; to break with a habit, liberarsi di un'abitudine.
NOTA D'USO: -to break o to break down?-

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