Phrasal verbs break 3
break even (earns just enough money to pay for its costs): After years of losing money our business is starting to break even.
break free (escape from): She finally managed to break free from her attacker.
b. free (get rid of): John is trying to break free from the religious tradition he was raise in.
break off (became separated): Some of the branches have been broken off in the wind.
break off (separate a part): She broke off a piece of bread and ate it.
b. off (stop doing something): We’ll break off for lunch soon.
break off (discontinue): US may break off relations with that country.
break off (give up): It is not so easy to break off a bad habit.