Translation of breakup in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈbreɪkʌp/


  • 1.1 (of family) desintegración (f); (of empire, company) desmembramiento (m); (of political party) disolución (f); (of talks) fracaso (m) the breakup of their marriage su separación or ruptura
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    • The break-up of London bus workers into separate companies has led to huge differences in the earnings of drivers across the capital.
    • In that year, however, the break-up of the USSR implied the break-up of the forces.
    1.2 (of physical structure) desintegración (f)

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