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  • noun Plural form of breaktime.

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Examples

  • Officers will have to don a civvy jacket and smoke in the street from now on, using official breaktimes of course.

    Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • The boys at school had followed me round during breaktimes calling me a dog.

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  • What could I possibly have in common with these horrible boys who spent their breaktimes kicking in lockers and sat making monkey noises at the back of class?

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  • What could I possibly have in common with these horrible boys who spent their breaktimes kicking in lockers and sat making monkey noises at the back of class?

    The Truth Will Out.

  • The boys at school had followed me round during breaktimes calling me a dog.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • I would hate to be the mum of the poor little sod who is kept in most breaktimes to repeat work.

    back to school

  • I used to read before, after and sometimes during lessons at school as well as at breaktimes and when i wasnt doing anything in P.E.

    bookworm

  • We were allowed in the corridors at lunchtimes and breaktimes, and we had different classrooms for each lesson, so we had to wait outside the classrooms in the corridors until the teacher arrived - and the bell would go whilst waiting.

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  • Yet Croftlands have made a path for the kids to walk along, there locked up all day in the school cause they say it's not safe for the kids to play out at breaktimes.

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • Staff have been taking a strict approach to enforcing regulations governing the wearing of uniforms and banning students from leaving the premises at breaktimes.

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