break in


  • To enter a place by force or illicit means.
  • To cause (something, or someone, new) to function more naturally through use or wear
  • Starting something brand new or at a new level.
  • To tame; make obedient; to train to follow orders of the owner.
  • to take the virginity of a girl, to deflower
  • To interrupt one's conversation; speak before another person has finished speaking.

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