Lexical UnitsScenesConcept HierarchiesSound ExamplesParallel Texts
break (noun)


  1. Having gone behind just before the break, the visitors persisted with their cautious game plan in the second half, but Finland made sure of victory in a six-minute period either side of the hour mark. [75141 / p6]
  2. Roared on by terrific home support, they were a different proposition after the break and could have equalised on 55 minutes when Adrian Ilie hit the crossbar with a header. [75156 / p5]
  3. Two more away efforts were stopped in similar fashion before the break, but after the interval both teams came out strongly. [75150 / p3]
  4. After the break it was a different Ukraine however. [75181 / p5]
  5. But it was Greece that should have gone into the break in front when on 38 minutes Dellas picked out Stylianos Giannakopoulos, but unmarked the midfield player headed straight at Olexandr Shovkovskiy. [75189 / p6]
  6. Bushaj enjoyed the visitors' best first-half opportunity, sending the ball fizzing centimetres over the crossbar, but it remained goalless at the break. [75190 / p5]

Semantic relations