break (something) loose from something

break/cut/tear (sb/sth) ˈloose from sb/sth idiom
to separate yourself or sb/sth from a group of people or their influence, etc

The organization broke loose from its sponsors.

He cut himself loose from his family.

Main entry:looseidiom

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • break (somebody) loose from something — break/cut/tear (sb/sth) ˈloose from sb/sth idiom to separate yourself or sb/sth from a group of people or their influence, etc • The organization broke loose from its sponsors. • He cut himself loose from his family. Main entry: ↑looseidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • break (something) loose from somebody — break/cut/tear (sb/sth) ˈloose from sb/sth idiom to separate yourself or sb/sth from a group of people or their influence, etc • The organization broke loose from its sponsors. • He cut himself loose from his family. Main entry: ↑looseidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • cut (something) loose from something — break/cut/tear (sb/sth) ˈloose from sb/sth idiom to separate yourself or sb/sth from a group of people or their influence, etc • The organization broke loose from its sponsors. • He cut himself loose from his family. Main entry: ↑looseidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • tear (something) loose from something — break/cut/tear (sb/sth) ˈloose from sb/sth idiom to separate yourself or sb/sth from a group of people or their influence, etc • The organization broke loose from its sponsors. • He cut himself loose from his family. Main entry: ↑looseidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • cut (something) loose from somebody — break/cut/tear (sb/sth) ˈloose from sb/sth idiom to separate yourself or sb/sth from a group of people or their influence, etc • The organization broke loose from its sponsors. • He cut himself loose from his family. Main entry: ↑looseidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • tear (something) loose from somebody — break/cut/tear (sb/sth) ˈloose from sb/sth idiom to separate yourself or sb/sth from a group of people or their influence, etc • The organization broke loose from its sponsors. • He cut himself loose from his family. Main entry: ↑looseidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • cut (somebody) loose from something — break/cut/tear (sb/sth) ˈloose from sb/sth idiom to separate yourself or sb/sth from a group of people or their influence, etc • The organization broke loose from its sponsors. • He cut himself loose from his family. Main entry: ↑looseidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • tear (somebody) loose from something — break/cut/tear (sb/sth) ˈloose from sb/sth idiom to separate yourself or sb/sth from a group of people or their influence, etc • The organization broke loose from its sponsors. • He cut himself loose from his family. Main entry: ↑looseidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • tear loose (from someone or something) — [ter...] in. to manage to break away from someone or something. □ The quarterback tore loose and ran twenty yards for a first down. □ Barlowe tore loose from Rocko and made for the door …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • break\ loose — • break away • break loose v. phr. To liberate oneself from someone or something. Jane tried to break loose from her attacker, but he was too strong …   Словарь американских идиом

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