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  1. broken-in

    • adj.
      comfortable through habitual use or familiarity
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    • 1. comfortable through habitual use or familiarity a pair of well broken-in shoes his sound is creaky, broken-in, relaxed, and familiar
    • ph.
      force entry to a building

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    • ph.
      force entry to a building

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    • n.
      a forced or unconsented entry into a building, car, computer system, etc., typically to steal ... police are investigating a break-in at a house

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    • n.
      an illegal forced entry of a building or vehicle, typically to steal something: police are investigating a break-in at a house

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    • ph.
      be suddenly affected by an unpleasant sensation or condition

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    • ph.
      familiarize someone with a new job or situation

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    • ph.
      be suddenly affected by an unpleasant sensation or condition

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    • ph.
      interrupt

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    • ph.
      familiarize someone with a new job or situation

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