Portuguese translation of 'breakdown'
1. (automobiles) enguiço, avaria
2. (in communications) interrupção f
3. (of marriage) fracasso, término
4. (machine) enguiço
5. (medicine) (also: nervous breakdown) esgotamento nervoso
6. (of figures) discriminação f, desdobramento
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Example Sentences Including 'breakdown'
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Rae still believed that her second breakdown had led to William's fatal stroke.FOLLY (2002)
And his doctor didn't say anything about a breakdown -- I phoned him last night.HIGH STAND (2002)
I'm afraid Tullia Cavendish is on the verge of what you ladies call a nervous breakdown.IN REMEMBRANCE OF ROSE (2002)
Which results ultimately in the breakdown of your relationship with Louise.LOST SUMMER (2002)
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'breakdown' in Other Languages
British English: breakdown /ˈbreɪkdaʊn/ NOUN
The breakdown of a system, plan, or discussion is its failure or ending.
...the breakdown of trade talks between the US and EU officials.
- American English: breakdown
- Arabic: تَعَطّْل
- Brazilian Portuguese: falha
- Chinese: 崩溃
- Croatian: raspad
- Czech: porucha
- Danish: sammenbrud
- Dutch: mislukken
- European Spanish: avería
- Finnish: romahdus
- French: panne
- German: Zusammenbruch
- Greek: βλάβη
- Italian: interruzione
- Japanese: 故障
- Korean: 고장
- Norwegian: sammenbrudd
- Polish: załamanie
- European Portuguese: falha
- Romanian: colaps
- Russian: поломка
- Spanish: avería
- Swedish: motorstopp
- Thai: เลิกล้ม
- Turkish: arıza
- Ukrainian: аварія
- Vietnamese: sự hỏng hóc
Translation of breakdown from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary