Phrasal verbs - Meaning of break into
Phrasal verbs | Meaning of break into
Here is the meaning of break into with examples:
Definition1. To enter illegally or by force, especially in order to commit a crime. (Also break in)
2. To open or begin to use.
3. To successfully enter a profession or business.
4. To begin suddenly.
Example(s)1. Somebody broke into his house and stole his furniture.
2. I finally broke into the second package of cookies.
3. He hopes to break into show business.
4. The horse broke into a gallop as they neared the barn.
Check these related pages:
- Cambridge Phrasal Verbs Dictionary
- English Phrasal Verbs in Use: Advanced
- The Ultimate Phrasal Verb Book