break bread with someone

break bread with someone
break bread (with (someone)) to eat.

There were several chances for politicians and celebrities to meet and break bread with each other.


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  • break bread with — break bread (with (someone)) to eat. There were several chances for politicians and celebrities to meet and break bread with each other …   New idioms dictionary

  • break bread — (with (someone)) to eat. There were several chances for politicians and celebrities to meet and break bread with each other …   New idioms dictionary

  • break bread — verb have a meal, usually with company The early Christian disciples broke bread together • Hypernyms: ↑eat • Verb Frames: Somebody s Sam and Sue break bread * * * phrasal 1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • break — break1 [ breık ] (past tense broke [ brouk ] ; past participle broken [ broukən ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 separate into pieces ▸ 2 fail to obey rules ▸ 3 make a hole/cut ▸ 4 destroy someone s confidence ▸ 5 when people learn news ▸ 6 stop for a short time …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • break — break1 W1S1 [breık] v past tense broke [brəuk US brouk] past participle broken [ˈbrəukən US ˈbrou ] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(separate into pieces)¦ 2¦(bones)¦ 3¦(machines)¦ 4¦(rules/laws)¦ 5¦(promise/agreement)¦ 6¦(stop/rest)¦ 7¦(end something)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • break — [c]/breɪk / (say brayk) verb (broke or, Archaic, brake, broken or, Archaic, broke, breaking) – …  

  • bread — breadless, adj. breadlessness, n. /bred/, n. 1. a kind of food made of flour or meal that has been mixed with milk or water, made into a dough or batter, with or without yeast or other leavening agent, and baked. 2. food or sustenance; livelihood …   Universalium

  • break up — 1) PHR V ERG When something breaks up or when you break it up, it separates or is divided into several smaller parts. [V P] Civil war could come if the country breaks up... [V P] There was a danger of the ship breaking up completely... [V P n ( …   English dictionary

  • break off phrasal — verb 1 (I, T) to suddenly stop doing something, especially talking to someone: Fay told her story, breaking off now and then to wipe the tears from her eyes. (break sth off): I broke off the conversation and answered the phone. 2 (transitive… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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