1. Eating after you fast.
2. First meal of the day.

Once you have your regular 7 to 8 hour sleep,( mainly durning the night), your body basically fast because you haven't eaten in hours. So to fuel your mind and body, you break your fast by eating a meal when you wake up, (mainly in the morning).
The doctor told me to fast by not eating after 9pm for blood work in the morning.

After the blood work I can have breakfast.
by Sharkizy May 24, 2012
commonly pronounced brek-fist, the meaning of breakfast comes from how it is spelled. Break as in to take a break from an action, or work, and fast as in the long period of time that you didn't have anything to eat
hence: breakfast

breakfast usually consists of either/or combinations of: eggs, bacon, toast, omelette, cereal, cinnamon rolls, pancakes, waffles, fresh/dried fruit, or many others depending on country or region

note: the word fast has 2 mannings, one for speed, and the other is listed above
i had bacon, and eggs for breakfast. It was nice to have some food in my belly to break my fasting i did last night
by airathee the archer October 23, 2010
The most greetable and welcomed meal of the day. See Hello Breakfast.
Hello Breakfast!
by Bastardized Bottomburp July 18, 2003

After sleeping, your body needs more energy/food to get the day started. In breakfast, you literally break the fast you had asleep.
"Anon you want some breakfast?"
by XxXxUwOtM8???xXxX November 14, 2014

1. inspiring the undeniably awesome feelings associated with the act of eating breakfast and/or breakfast food in general.
2. showing or characterized by awesomeness.
3. Slang . very impressive, worthy of great praise, bitchin'.
That camero is totally breakfast.

This is the most breakfast day I've had this week.

You are so breakfast. I think I'm falling for you.
by veeep April 20, 2010
Slang for a woman's vagina.
Her skirt is so short I can almost see her breakfast!
by Strapscan July 07, 2009
Cumming in a girl's mouth after morning sex. Must be followed by the girl saying, "Mmm...Breakfast!''
"Would you like me to serve you some breakfast?"
(30 seconds later)
by MrCSmokin September 11, 2007
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