Examples of breakup in a Sentence
Money problems often lead to marital breakups.
She's just gone through a bad breakup with her boyfriend.
He began drinking heavily following the breakup of his marriage.
a couple heading for marital breakup
What caused the breakup of the Roman Empire?
the breakup of a monopoly
the breakup of an asteroid as it hits the Earth's atmosphere
Recent Examples of breakup from the Web
In Season One of her new Love Letters podcast, Meredith Goldstein explores what happens when love ends in a breakup.
And the hiring re-affirm’s UConn’s prestige after the breakup of the old Big East Conference.
The clinic sent a mobile assistance team to Stoneman Douglas High on Sept. 28, 2016, the records show, because Cruz had made threats and exhibited disturbing behavior after a breakup with a girlfriend.
After a breakup, many couples end up getting back together.
Yamano was always going to take Westbrook’s side in the breakup.
Women were immediately given the right to divorce, previously a right reserved to men; to inherit property on an equal basis with men; and to keep their children and their homes in a marital breakup.
Voller came onboard after the breakup between Cratil-Cretarola and Lee and longtime chef Joe Cicala.
Russia remained a winter-sports powerhouse even after the breakup of the Soviet Union, so the absence of many of its top athletes will likely open opportunities for other perennial medal gatherers such as Norway, Germany, the U.S. and Canada.
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First Known Use of breakup
Definition of break up
- their partnership broke up
- breaks up completely, laughing himself into a coughing fit
- —Gene Williams
Examples of break up in a Sentence
the band broke up when their arguments over money grew too stressful
the meeting broke up when all the business for the day had been completed
Recent Examples of break up from the Web
The 20-year-old women say the carabinieri broke up a fight at the Flo nightclub and then accompanied them to their apartment building in the centre of the city.
Hill breaks up a pass against Hewitt-Trussville -- Daniel Boyette (@danielboyette) October 7, 2017 As a sophomore, Hill worked his way from deep on the depth chart and into a starting role.
There may still be time to act The worry is that, within a few decades, the larger pieces of debris could break up into microplastics, which are much harder to remove from the ocean.
Since it was announced that Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid have broken up, the former One Direction singer has been undergoing some dramatic changes.
The compensation plan consists of 20.3 million stock option awards—each broken up into 12 tranches of 1.69 million shares, or 1% of Tesla’s outstanding shares.
Its unclear why the two broke up, but Tiffany's studies may have played a role in the decision to go their separate ways.
On Thursday, The Wall Street Journal reported that Thiel was breaking up with Silicon Valley.
The saddest part is that Trump can’t understand that these tough immigration laws are breaking up families because his family isn’t affected, and as long as his family is OK, then who cares.
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break up Synonyms
BREAKUP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of breakup for English Language Learners
: the end of a relationship, marriage, etc.
: the separation of something into smaller parts or pieces
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