[ US /ˈɹəptʃɝ/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈʌpt‍ʃɐ/ ]
  1. a personal or social separation (as between opposing factions)
    they hoped to avoid a break in relations
  2. the act of making a sudden noisy break
  3. state of being torn or burst open
  1. separate or cause to separate abruptly
    tear the paper
    The rope snapped
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How To Use rupture In A Sentence

  • In patients without subarachnoid hemorrhage from a separate aneurysm, larger aneurysms also were more likely to rupture.
  • Sudden ruptures of the artery can lead to fatal blood loss or severe brain damage.
  • We need not worry about the disappearance of this space because its elasticity prevents true rupture or breakage.
  • It was more than a break from what came before; it was a seismic rupture.
  • The diaphragm is the component that needs the most attention, as it hardens with age and could rupture.
  • Nothing could heal the rupture with his father.
  • Byzance ne s'en remettra jamais complètement et cet évènement dramatique marqua la vraie rupture entre catholiques latins et orthodoxes grecs, beaucoup plus que le schisme de 1054 ! Archive 2007-03-01
  • As I looked at the ruptured eardrum with my otoscope, I was blasted by a shouting voice less than an inch away from my face. Paradise General
  • These acne cysts can rupture, spreading the infection into nearby skin tissue.
  • In the cases described in this article, the patients sought medical attention owing to symptoms caused by atraumatic splenic rupture.
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