break

How many syllables in break?

  438629751 syllable

Divide break into syllables:   break
How to pronounce break:   brayk
How to say break:   How to pronounce break

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Synonyms for break


  • rupture (2 syllables)
  • sever (2 syllables)
  • shatter (2 syllables)
  • sojourn (2 syllables)
  • surpass (2 syllables)
  • take five (2 syllables)
  • time off (2 syllables)
  • time out (2 syllables)
  • visit (2 syllables)
  • way in (2 syllables)
  • adjournment (3 syllables)
  • arroyo (3 syllables)
  • be revealed (3 syllables)
  • become known (3 syllables)
  • bite the dust (3 syllables)
  • break into (3 syllables)
  • coffee break (3 syllables)
  • contravene (3 syllables)
  • cut into (3 syllables)
  • decipher (3 syllables)
  • disobey (3 syllables)
  • disregard (3 syllables)
  • disruption (3 syllables)
  • disunite (3 syllables)
  • division (3 syllables)
  • fall foul of (3 syllables)
  • get around (3 syllables)
  • go kaput (3 syllables)
  • have a break (3 syllables)
  • have time out (3 syllables)
  • hiatus (3 syllables)
  • interlude (3 syllables)
  • interrupt (3 syllables)
  • interval (3 syllables)
  • make public (3 syllables)
  • not keep to (3 syllables)
  • occasion (3 syllables)
  • opening (3 syllables)
  • outperform (3 syllables)
  • overstep (3 syllables)
  • overwhelm (3 syllables)
  • separate (3 syllables)
  • slackening (3 syllables)
  • splintering (3 syllables)
  • stop working (3 syllables)
  • take a break (3 syllables)
  • unravel (3 syllables)
  • unscramble (3 syllables)
  • vacation (3 syllables)
  • vandalize (3 syllables)
  • violate (3 syllables)
  • be in breach of (4 syllables)
  • become public (4 syllables)
  • domesticate (4 syllables)
  • intermission (4 syllables)
  • interruption (4 syllables)
  • put your feet up (4 syllables)
  • short vacation (4 syllables)
  • take a breather (4 syllables)
  • take it easy (4 syllables)
  • weekend away (4 syllables)
  • opportunity (5 syllables)
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