romper con

romper con(
rrohm
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pehr
 
kohn
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A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to end a relationship with)
a. to break up with
Dulce rompió con Alejandro porque la engañaba con otra.Dulce broke up with Alejandro because he was cheating on her.
b. to split up with
El cantante rompió con su grupo y comienza ahora una carrera en solitarioThe singer split up with his band and now starts a solo career.
2. (to stop obeying or following)
a. to break with
El punk rompía con todas las convenciones sociales.The punk movement broke with all social conventions.
b. to break away from
A Julio le costó mucho romper con su viejo estilo de vida y ser un buen budista.Julio found it very hard to break away from his old lifestyle and become a good Buddhist.
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