Definition of bad break in English:

bad break

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noun

informal
  • A piece of bad luck: the first bad break of his broadcasting career
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    • My luck is average, with a couple of the bad breaks happening at crucial times.
    • Many of these individuals have experienced bad breaks in life, and have little way of getting out of the mess they are in.
    • One of the things I learned early is this: If you fall behind in a match or get a bad break, don't get flustered - or at least don't show your frustration to your opponent.

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