|Break Out||Suddenly start unpleasant things (war or disease), escape.|
|Break With something/someone||separate yourself from a practice, tradition or belief.|
|Break up||To end a romantic relation, separate a group of people or object, end a continuous period, disassemble something into small parts.|
|Break into||enter a place forcibly, start something unexpectedly, to successfully enter into a new field, interrupt into a conversation.|
|Break Down||to stop working, to examine something in detail, to lose control on one’s emotions, to divide something into categories.|
Fill in the blanks with the correct verb forms with “Break”.