Break Something In – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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Break Something In
What does break something in mean? Here is the meaning of break something in. When you break something in, you use it until it become soft and comfortable. We usually use break something in when we talk about clothes.

  • It took me a week to break in my new shoes.
  • Jack broke in his new baseball glove this season.

How about you? What have you broken in recently?
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