To Break Up

TO BREAK UP: Is a common phrasal verb that means ‘to separate’. You can use it to describe the end of a relationship, romantic or otherwise. For example:  My  boyfriend broke up with me last week.  The Beatles broke up in 1970. Or, you can use it to describe the action of breaking an object into different parts.

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