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HSK
destruction / damage / to wreck / to break / to destroy
HSK 5
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  *破* | 破* | *破
broken / damaged / worn out / lousy / rotten / to break, split or cleave / to get rid of / to destroy / to break with / to defeat / to capture (a city etc) / to expose the truth of
HSK 4
to break through / to make a breakthrough / to surmount or break the back of (a task etc) / (of ball sports) to break through a defense
HSK 6
to break (a bond, constraint etc) / to explain / to unravel / to decipher / to decode / to crack (software)
to break / to smash
to go bankrupt / to become impoverished / bankruptcy
to smash to pieces / to shatter
to become damaged
to break a record / record-breaking
to rupture / to fracture / to break down / (linguistics) plosion
cracked version (of software)
to blow up / to demolish (using explosives) / dynamite / blast
a hole
to destroy one's family
to solve a case / shabby old table
to split / to cut open
trivial matter / trifle / annoying thing
Napoleon (name) / Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), Emperor of France 1804-1815
breakthrough / to overcome an obstacle quickly
destructive
to make a breakthrough / to break through / to breach (military)
to break the ice / groundbreaking (in relations)
to eliminate / to do away with / to get rid of
to solve or overcome (a difficult problem) / to beat (a video game)
Diablo (video game series)
rag
to investigate (as detective) / to solve (crime) / to uncover (a plot) / to sniff out / to break in and analyze / detective work / to scout
bankrupt / to suffer financial loss
to be shattered / to be annihilated (of hope, illusions etc)
tear or rupture / to have a tear (e.g. in one's clothes) / without restraint (e.g. of swearing)
to fall and smash into pieces
unprecedented / for the first time / never before / first ever
to cut open / to rip / to streak across (lightning, meteor etc) / to pierce (scream, searchlight etc)
point of penetration (military) / breakthrough
daybreak / dawn
to lose one's virginity
broken / dilapidated
to brave the wind and the billows (idiom); to have high ambitions
to lay bare in a few words / to expose with a word / to point out bluntly
(Tw) to mention sth meant to be kept as a surprise / spoiler
to make an exception
HSK 6
to uncover (a criminal plot) / to break open and capture
lit. head broken and blood flowing / fig. badly bruised
a shattered mirror put back together (idiom) / (of marriage) to pick up the pieces and start anew / for a separated couple to reconcile and reunite
scattered and smashed (idiom)
worn-out / rotten / dilapidated / tattered / ragged / rubbish / junk
to declare bankruptcy
to burst or force open a door / to excommunicate sb (from the Roman Catholic Church) / to score a goal (in football, hockey etc)
to be scared out of one's wits / to scare stiff
to defeat / to crush (in battle) / beaten / ruined / destroyed / in decline
like a hot knife through butter (idiom) / with irresistible force
to break the rule / to make an exception
(fig.) to be astounded
character with two or more readings / character where different readings convey different meanings (Tw)
shabby
to break a code / to crack a riddle / to solve an enigma / a breakthrough
to make a breakthrough
dilapidated wall / to break through a wall / (fig.) to break through / (biotechnology) to disrupt cell walls / cell disruption
(of facial features) to be marred by a scar etc / to disfigure / to make a fool of oneself
to tear / to rip
(biotechnology) cell disruption
hole or tear in cloth / mistake or gap in a speech or theory
(of a rumor etc) to collapse (in the light of facts etc) / to be discredited
to see through / disillusioned with / to reject (the world of mortals)
to break / to shatter
to uncover
to burst
to split one's sides laughing
the country ruined and the people starving (idiom)
dash / Chinese dash ── (punct., double the length of the western dash)
to set sail / to brave the waves
to puncture / to pierce
to lay bare (actual facts, secrets etc) / to reveal
lit. one hundred splits (idiom); fig. full of mistakes (of speech or written article)
Destroy the Four Olds (campaign of the Cultural Revolution)
to go to the bottom of things (idiom)
breaking
to travel far and wide looking for sth, only to find it easily
bankrupt person
crushed / utterly defeated
family bankrupt and the people dead (idiom); ruined and orphaned / destitute and homeless
to violate a religious precept / to smoke or drink after giving up
to break ground / to start digging / to plough / to break through the ground (of seedling) / fig. the start of a building project
to abuse roundly
lit. to break the cauldrons and sink the boats (idiom); fig. to cut off one's means of retreat / to burn one's boats
writing style in which the main subject is approached directly from the outset / opposite of 冒題|冒题
to see through the world of mortals (idiom, of Buddhist monk) / disillusioned with human society / to reject the world for a monastic life
to expose / to reveal
to break the hymen / to lose virginity
to spend (money or time)
to break the door down and enter (idiom)
without destruction there can be no construction
tear apart
(of sth sharp) to snag (one's stockings etc)
lit. either the fish dies or the net splits / a life and death struggle (idiom)
(Internet slang) to have a simplistic view of sth (transcription of "too young, too simple" – English words spoken by Jiang Zemin 江澤民|江泽民 in chastizing Hong Kong reporters in 2000)
sabotage / subversive activities
fragment / shard
broken shoes / worn-out footwear / loose woman / slut

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