break-out


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break-out

[ˈbreɪkaʊt] Nfuga f, evasión f
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

break-out

[ˈbreɪkˌaʊt] nevasione f
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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The country should rank higher in the global Digital Evolution Index (DEI), not just on the verge of the high-potential, "break-out" category alongside China, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam, according to the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co.
Our guards will tap the big guys (4 and 5), which will send them up on the break-out. As a rule, this will entice the opponents' big defender (D) to chase his man to the wing, as shown in Diag.
ZONE 11 & 13IF you've had extensive dental surgery you might notice a break-out of spots or blemishes along the jaw line, near the ears.
e top priority for would-be break-out businesses is building a website (51%) followed by tax registration (45%) and nancial processes (39%).
That is 14 more than previously thought and four more than the famous Allied escape from Stalag Luft III - making it the biggest break-out of prisoners on either side in World War II.
HUNDREDS of locks at two high security prisons have had to be changed at a cost of pounds 1million following fears of a break-out by inmates.
It occurred to me then that in the wrong hands a phone could be used to plan a break-out.
"We have also been informed that there has not been a molten metal break-out from furnace number 5 since 1994 and that the state of the furnace had been thoroughly reviewed in the past few months, with this review concluding that the furnace would have a campaign life longer than originally thought a year ago."
After the 12th break-out staff at the South London home, mindful of its reputation for being haunted, decided to install CCTV - and all was revealed.
A prison service report into the Campsfield break-out said staff were inexperienced, poorly paid and worked exhausting shifts.
Lecture with break-outs: A course for which break-out sections are defined in the school's records (sometimes the break-out sections are taught by teaching assistants).
e hairy Houdini then taught other orangutans how to break-out by using a tree branch as a crowbar to force open the doors of the enclosures.