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1. Break down - to lose control over your feelings
She broke down when she heard the bad news.
2. Break up - to bring to an end, to discontinue
Their marriage broke up after lasting for two years.
3. Break out - to escape or flee from
The prisoner broke out from the prison.
4. Break off - become severed, abruptly stop (Not given in the choices)
She broke off in the middle of the conversation.
5. break in - to burst into, to interrupt
​​The thieves broke into the house.
6. break away - to separate or withdraw from a group
Some of the workers broke away from the party.
7. break through - to make a way through ,              (Breakthrough (it's a noun) -  a major advance)
The protesters broke through the barriers.

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