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Noun
A failure or malfunction, including technical, mechanical, or in personal relationships
“These are extraordinarily important processes where a breakdown of the computer system is out of the question even for a fraction of a second.”
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An explanatory analysis, especially of statistics
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“A breakdown of the data by years revealed that this effect was statistically significant in only one of the years.”
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The act or result of categorizing something or someone
“Unfortunately, I don't have the time to do a detailed breakdown of the men into regiments at the moment.”
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A sudden collapse in someone's mental health or stability of mind
“If you're referring to the fact that she had a breakdown after her baby went missing, then yes, I am aware of that.”
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The process of organic decay or rotting
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“Thawing will cause a breakdown of the meat cells and a loss of water, which will adversely affect the taste.”
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An event or enterprise that ends disastrously or humiliatingly
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An unsuccessful outcome of something planned
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A version or narrative of events or facts
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A disease or period of sickness affecting the body or mind
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The collapse or defeat of an authoritative figure or governing body
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The state of being fatigued or exhausted
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A failure or malfunction, including technical and mechanical
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A brief summary, as of a book or a presentation
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An interruption of continuity or uniformity
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The state of being vanquished
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The ending of an activity
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An acute medical condition associated with a fall in blood pressure
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An examination or analysis, typically of a dead body or corpse
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The process by which one thing absorbs or is absorbed by another
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Failure to generate effective psychological coping mechanisms
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Inability to act or function properly
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An interruption of supply to power
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A mental disorder, less severe than psychosis, marked by anxiety or fear
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The act of something breaking into pieces
Verb
To break up into small pieces as the result of decay
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