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Break In ( enter by force ... )

"Break In"

When you force your way in, sometimes by breaking something, you are breaking in.

Example: "They broke in to my apartment when I was gone, and they took everything!"

To break in is also to interrupt others while they are talking.

Example: "Please do not break in while we are having a serious discussion."

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