Angla–Esperanta vortaro

Esperanta traduko de la angla vorto break

angla → esperanto
  
anglaesperanto
(interlude; intermission; interval; lull; pause; recess; respite)
(crack)
(control; subdue; train)
obeigi
(crack)
(break off)
derompiĝi
(break off)
derompi
(disrupt; interrupt; stop; cut off)
(interruption; stop)
interrompiĝi
(breaking)
(break down)
🔗 Those same troops are now engaged in battle, supporting forces who have broken through Russian lines in at least three places, as part of a long‐planned counter‐offensive in the south.
breakrompi al si
(contravene; ignore; infringe; violate)
🔗 Ministers of his own government have admitted it would break international law.
(damage; harm; hurt; impair; injure; mutilate; spoil; vitiate)
(suffer damage)
break down (come to nothing)ne efektiviĝi
(demolish; pull down; take down)
(injure)
break downpanei
(break)
🔗 Israel’s military restarted fighting against Ḥamās in Gaza after a week‐long truce to allow hostages to be released broke down on Friday.
break intodepreni de
break into
(broach; cut into)
ekkonsumi
break into a house
eniri perforte
break off
(break)
derompiĝi
break off
(break)
derompi
break oneself of a habit
(get out of a habit; unlearn)
(dekutimiĝi)
break one’s word
promesrompi
(erupt)
🔗 In addition, almost 10 times as many Belarusians came to Georgia since the war broke out compared to 2019, when tourism was still high, according to Gomelauri.
🔗 In addition, almost 10 times as many Belarusians came to Georgia since the war broke out compared to 2019, when tourism was still high, according to Gomelauri.
(separate)
🔗 Hence, we decided to break up the book into two volumes.
working breaklaborpaŭzo
(collapse)
breaking
(breach)
breaking
(break)
broken
(flawed; imperfect; injurious; out of order)
(; kaputa)
broken
(broken down)
difektiĝinta
broken
rompita
broken
rompiĝinta
daybreak
(dawn)
(ektagiĝo; tagiĝo)
firebreakbrulhaltiga sulko