break-in

See also: break in and breakin'

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the verb phrase break in.

NounEdit

break-in (plural break-ins)

  1. The act of entering a place with the intent to steal or commit some other offense; an instance of breaking and entering.
    There was a break-in at the shop; everything was taken.

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