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rompere significa in inglese

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rompere verb

annoy [annoyed, annoying, annoys](to do something to upset or anger someone)
verb
[UK: ə.ˈnɔɪ] [US: ə.ˌnɔɪ]

break [broke, broken, breaking, breaks](transitive: to separate into (to cause to end up in) two or more pieces)
verb
[UK: breɪk] [US: ˈbreɪk]

break up(intransitive: to disintegrate)
verb
[UK: breɪk ʌp] [US: ˈbreɪk ʌp]

bust [busted, busting, busts](to break something)
verb
[UK: bʌst] [US: ˈbəst]
I've been busting my hump for thirty years. = Sono trent'anni che mi rompo la schiena.

crack [cracked, cracking, cracks](of voice: to change rapidly in register)
verb
[UK: kræk] [US: ˈkræk]
The ice is too hard to crack. = Il ghiaccio è troppo difficile da rompere.

jilt [jilted, jilting, jilts](to jilt)
verb
[UK: dʒɪlt] [US: ˈdʒɪlt]

rompere i coglioni verb

break someone's balls(to irritate someone)
verb

bust someone's balls(to irritate someone)
verb

rompere il digiuno verb

break one's fast(to conclude any period of fasting by consuming food)
verb
[UK: breɪk wʌnz fɑːst] [US: ˈbreɪk wʌnz ˈfæst]

rompere il ghiaccio verb

break the ice(to start to get to know people, by avoiding awkwardness)
verb
[UK: breɪk ðə aɪs] [US: ˈbreɪk ðə ˈaɪs]

rompere la quarta parete verb

break the fourth wall(direct communication with the viewer or reader)
verb

rompere le fila verb

break ranks(to break a military designation)
verb

rompere le palle verb

break someone's balls(to irritate someone)
verb

bust someone's balls(to irritate someone)
verb

rompere le righe verb

dismiss [dismissed, dismissing, dismisses](to order to leave)
verb
[UK: dɪz.ˈmɪs] [US: ˌdɪ.ˈsmɪs]

rompere le scatole verb

break someone's balls(to irritate someone)
verb

bust someone's balls(to irritate someone)
verb

rompere le uova nel paniere verb

rain on someone's parade(to disappoint or discourage someone)
verb

corrompere verb

bribe [bribed, bribing, bribes](to give a bribe)
verb
[UK: braɪb] [US: ˈbraɪb]
I bribed him. = Lo corruppi.

corrupt [corrupted, corrupting, corrupts](to change from good to bad)
verb
[UK: kə.ˈrʌpt] [US: kə.ˈrəpt]
The government is corrupt! = Il governo è corrotto!

pay off(to bribe, especially to deter oversight)
verb
[UK: peɪ ɒf] [US: ˈpeɪ ˈɒf]

subvert [subverted, subverting, subverts](to pervert the mind)
verb
[UK: sʌb.ˈvɜːt] [US: sʌb.ˈvɝːt]

interrompere verb

abort [aborted, aborting, aborts](to cause a premature termination)
verb
[UK: ə.ˈbɔːt] [US: ə.ˈbɔːrt]
I don't want to abort the mission now. = Non voglio interrompere la missione ora.

break [broke, broken, breaking, breaks](transitive: to cause to stop functioning)
verb
[UK: breɪk] [US: ˈbreɪk]

break up(of a telephone conversation, to cease to be understandable because of a bad connection)
verb
[UK: breɪk ʌp] [US: ˈbreɪk ʌp]

cease [ceased, ceasing, ceases](intransitive)
verb
[UK: siːs] [US: ˈsiːs]

discontinue [discontinued, discontinuing, discontinues](to stop a process)
verb
[UK: ˌdɪs.kən.ˈtɪn.juː] [US: ˌdɪs.kən.ˈtɪn.juː]

disrupt [disrupted, disrupting, disrupts](to interrupt or impede something)
verb
[UK: dɪs.ˈrʌpt] [US: ˌdɪs.ˈrəpt]
Nobody can disrupt true friendships. = Nessuno può interrompere le vere amicizie.

interrupt [interrupted, interrupting, interrupts](to disturb or halt an ongoing process or action)
verb
[UK: ˌɪn.tə.ˈrʌpt] [US: ˌɪn.tə.ˈrəpt]
He interrupted her. = La interruppe.

withdraw [withdrew, withdrawn, withdrawing, withdraws](to take away or take back (something previously given or permitted), see also: remove; retract)
verb
[UK: wɪð.ˈdrɔː] [US: wɪð.ˈdrɔː]

irrompere verb

break [broke, broken, breaking, breaks](to become audible suddenly)
verb
[UK: breɪk] [US: ˈbreɪk]

foray [forayed, foraying, forays](To pillage; to ravage)
verb
[UK: ˈfɒ.reɪ] [US: ˈfɔː.re]

intrude [intruded, intruding, intrudes](to enter without welcome; to encroach)
verb
[UK: ɪn.ˈtruːd] [US: ˌɪn.ˈtruːd]

storm [stormed, storming, storms](to move quickly and noisily)
verb
[UK: stɔːm] [US: ˈstɔːrm]

non si può fare una frittata senza rompere le uova phrase

you've got to crack a few eggs to make an omelette(phrase)
phrase

prorompere verb

break [broke, broken, breaking, breaks](to become audible suddenly)
verb
[UK: breɪk] [US: ˈbreɪk]