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- v. To be a crucial factor in determining the success of something.
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“Tell the Gelleans whatever is polite, but don’t make or break any bargains.
"Soldiering's all very well," he told me, "but the men who make or break the army in a foreign country are we politicals.
In every relationship, there are compromises and sacrifices each person must be willing to makethings that can make or break a relationship.