Associations to the word «Breakout»
BREAKOUT, noun. An escape from prison
BREAKOUT, noun. An escape from any restrictive or confining situation
BREAKOUT, noun. An outbreak
BREAKOUT, noun. A breakdown of statistics; a detailed view of component parts
BREAKOUT, noun. A room in a hotel etc. that can be taken by a smaller group at a large conference.
BREAKOUT CHARACTER, noun. In fictional television or other episodic media, a character who becomes the most popular, talked about, and imitated, helping to establish the narrative's popularity.
BREAKOUT CHARACTERS, noun. Plural of breakout character
BREAKOUT GROUP, noun. Any of several small groups of people, at a conference etc., who concentrate effort on a part of the main topic
BREAKOUT SESSION, noun. A session of a conference, normally one of a choice of sessions following a plenary session, in which active participation of those attending is called for; a workshop session
BREAKOUT, noun. An escape from jail; "the breakout was carefully planned".
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