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make–or–break

adjective \ˈmāk-ər-ˈbrāk\

: resulting in either definite success or definite failure

Full Definition of MAKE-OR-BREAK

:  allowing no middle ground between success and failure

First Known Use of MAKE-OR-BREAK

1919

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