داستان آبیدیک

make or break

me͡ik ɔɹ bɹe͡ik


english

1 general:: Cause either total success or total ruin, as in This assignment will make or break her as a reporter. This rhyming expression, first recorded in Charles Dickens's Barnaby Rudge (1840), has largely replaced the much older (16th-century) alliterative synonym make or mar, at least in America.

American Heritage Idioms

2 general:: Phrase(s): make or break someone [of a task, job, career choice] to bring success to or improve, or ruin, someone. • The army will either make or break him. • It’s a tough assignment, and it will either make or break her.

McGrawhill's American Idioms And Phrasal Verbs


معنی کلمه make or break ، معنی اصطلاح make or break ، به make or break چی می گن؟ ، make or break چی می شه؟، واژه make or break ، معادل make or break ، make or break synonym , make or break definition , make or break meaning
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