an act of trespassing into a closed construction such as for instance a house or host to busineess for an unlawful purpose generally as an element of a burglary
- enter another person's (virtual or real) home in an unauthorized way, frequently utilizing the intent to steal or devote a violent act
- intrude on uninvited
- break into a discussion
- start in a particular activity, enterprise, or part
- make submissive, acquiescent, or of use
- break to be able to fall inward
The river enlarged the canal, and finding a steeper gradient than that to its mouth, was diverted into the Colorado desert, flooding Salton Sea; 1 and when the break in this river was closed for the second time in February 1907, though much of its water still escaped through minor channels and by seepage, a lake more than 400 sq.