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rupt= break

vocabulary words/definitions

What means sudden; unexpected; broken into what is expected? abrupt
What means to be out of money; financially ruined; to"break the bank" bankrupt
What means evil; dishonest; to break away from honesty? corrupt
What means able to be influenced into doing something that breaks away from the rules? corruptible
What means to break up; to cause confusion? disrupt
What is something that breaks someone's concentration; bothersome;annoying? disruption
What means to explode to break out with force? erupt
What means to break into someone's conversation? interrupt
What is something that breaks up what you were doing; an unplanned event that breaks up an activity interruption
What means to burst or break open(usually a body part)?
Created by: jmsuarez