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to judge / to determine / judgment
diagnosis / to diagnose
  *断* | 断* | *断
to break / to snap / to cut off / to give up or abstain from sth / to judge / (usu. used in the negative) absolutely / definitely / decidedly
to enjoy market dominance / to monopolize
firm / decisive
to cut short / to break off / to discontinue / to interrupt
to sever / to break off
section / fragment / segment
to conclude / to determine / to come to a judgment
unceasing / uninterrupted / continuous / constant
partition / to stand between / wall or fence serving as partition
disconnected / interrupted / suspended / a gap / a break
to break / to sever / to turn off (electric switch)
power cut / electric power failure
to block / to obstruct / to intercept / to interdict
circuit breaker
(of fuse wire) to melt / to blow
to interrupt / to break off / to break (a bone)
to buy out / buyout / severance
anti-trust legislation / anti-monopoly
a steady flow (idiom); an unending stream
to wean
(of a guitar, kite etc) to have a string break / (of a tradition etc) to be discontinued / (telephone or Internet connection) disconnected / cut off
to make a decision / resolution / decisiveness / resolute
The Broken Bridge (at West Lake in Hangzhou)
annihilation (of soul, Sanskrit uccheda)
to cut off / to sever
to infer / to judge / inference / judgment / conclusion
fracture / rupture / to break apart
fault (geology) / CL: , 個|个 / (fig.) gap / rupture (in the transmission of some skill) / (tomography) cross-sectional
to infer / to deduce / to predict / to extrapolate
to break or cut in two / to sever / to cut off / (fig.) to cut off (a conversation, a flow etc) / to interrupt / (math.) to truncate
to hang up (a phone)
continuous / unceasing
to bring to a conclusion / to settle (a dispute) / to do away with (oneself) / to break off (a relationship) / resolution (of a problem)
intermittent / off and on / discontinuous / stop-go / stammering / disjointed / inarticulate
to cut off / to chop sth in half
to make prompt decisions (idiom)
in unbroken succession (idiom)
to run out of (stock)
to quote out of context (idiom)
anti-trust law / legislation again monopolies
heartbroken / to break one's heart
arbitrary / subjective / dogmatic
to nip (i.e. cut short) / to pinch off
vertical section / longitudinal section
to assert / assertion
periodization (of history)
sold out / to be out of stock
to run out of food
Hengduan mountains, several parallel mountain ranges on the border between west Yunnan and Sichuan and east Tibet
to judge
(sports) to steal / to intercept the ball
designed to be torn off along a line of perforations
to stop breathing / to breathe one's last / to die / to cut the gas supply
withdrawal (from drugs)
broken leg
to judge a case
to pause at appropriate points in reading aloud unpunctuated writing / to punctuate
fault zone (geology)
partition board
to judge (i.e. to hear and pass judgment in a law court) / to hear and decide
constantly in turmoil / crisis after crisis
to end a relationship / to break off diplomatic ties
rupture strength / breaking strength
indecisive / irresolute
lit. two segments with a single cut (idiom) / fig. to make a clean break (idiom)
lit. lotus roots may break, but the fiber remains joined (idiom); lovers part, but still long for one another
ability to judge / judgment
to die without progeny / (offensive) may you die childless / may you be the last of your family line
to take one's life
to fall and break / to break (bones) by falling
to split up / to break all ties
to chop off
steep cliff / crag / precipice
homosexual (a reference to Brokeback Mountain 斷背山|断背山, a 2005 movie about a same-sex relationship)
guillotine / scaffold
arbitration (law)
conclusion / judgment / verdict
stopping and starting / intermittent / sporadic / on and off
to run dry (of river)
to rip one's robe as a sign of repudiating a sworn brotherhood (idiom) / to break all friendly ties
to assume / assumption
CT, computed tomography (medical imaging method)
(finance) trading curb / circuit breaker
fragment / piece / (of a film) to break in the middle of viewing
to examine
line break (computing)
to carry out resolutely
normal fault (geology)
cut off / disconnect
to decide and act alone (idiom); to take arbitrary action / a law unto oneself
to consider and decide
widowed / lit. broken string, cf 琴瑟 qin and se, two instruments epitomizing marital harmony
to snap sth off / to break
resourceful and decisive / resolute and sagacious
resolute / definitive / categorically / absolutely

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