To break fast

to partake of food after abstinence. See Breakfast.

See also: Break

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The prime minister was on a three-hour visit to break fast with state leaders and local communities at the City Mosque.
About 50% among the high risk patients had to break fast. None of our high risk patients developed any complication.
Some Omanis like to break fast in mosques while others prefer to be at family gatherings in older relative's homes.
Curiosity is every man's right, and so it is to continually know what is being cooked in the kitchen for Iftar with wide and varied options and friends coming together to break fast with loved ones.
So, whenever the time comes to break fast. The players have an agreement that the GK would go down so they can get a moment to drink some water and get something to eat," he tweeted.
Dr Syed Hasnain said date is the best option to break fast as it is high in fiber and potassium and helps in water retention.
ISLAMABAD -- A number of philanthropists and mosque committees have arranged free 'Iftar Dastarkhwan' for less fortunate people, enabling them to break fast daily at various places of the twin cities.
Almost two in three Americans admit h haying low levels of energy in the morning, with 57% looking to break fast to help provide fuel for their morning.
Eid is an Arabic word meaning "festivity", while Fi[sz] [degrees]r means "to break fast"; and so the holiday symbolizes the breaking of the fasting period.
When the sun sets and it is time to break fast, Saudi students head to a hall specially allocated by the university for Muslims to gather for iftar, or break fast.
'Is Hairi aware that recently in Dubai a gurdwara did the same thing, opening its doors to Muslims to break fast and giving them a place to pray?
'But inviting Muslims to break fast at other religious worship centres by a Muslim MP is extremely unfortunate.