breakdown englannista suomeksi
''We saw a breakdown by the side of the road.''
''After so much stress, he suffered a breakdown and simply gave up.''
''Looking at the breakdown of the budget, I see a few items we could cut.''
1992, En Vogue, ''My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)'' (song)
- And now it's time for a breakdown!
1999, ''CMJ New Music Report'' (volume 59, number 631, page 28)
- The fired-up foursome takes itself very seriously, singing politically charged lyrics, which, in the tradition of Strife and Damnation AD, are strategically placed in the middle of slamming, moshable breakdowns.
A loss of organization (of the parts of a system).
Any crude, noisy dance performed by shuffling the feet, usually by one person at a time.
- Don't clear out when the quadrilles are over, for we are going to have a breakdown to wind up with.
Foggy Mountain Breakdown
1893, (w) "The Californian's Tale", in ''(w)'' (1906)
- Towards nine the three miners said that as they had brought their instruments they might as well tune up, for the boys and girls would soon be arriving now, and hungry for a good old fashioned breakdown. A fiddle, a banjo, and a clarinet - these were the instruments.
(quote-book)|year=1898|passage=Without a change of countenance, as if he were deaf to her entreaties and threats, he tuned up the banjo, and played a breakdown.