1) to leave a place, sometimes forcefully
2) to get out of a rut
3) to suddenly experience large numbers of zits, usually on one's face

NOTE: Break out is NOT the opposite of break in.
1)
As soon as I realized I had fallen for the old "go to bed at 2 with a 10, get up at 10 with a 2" scam, I knew I had to break out of that joint ASAP.

2)
I broke out of my dating slump by scoring a threesome with the Olsen twins and doing Mary Kate indabutt.

3)
I tricked her into letting me give her the money shot by telling her it would prevent her face from breaking out.
by Nick D January 29, 2004
1.To flee from a fight.
2.Desperse a group in order to confuse authorities. Usually in all directions.
3.A large amount of ance build-up.
1.Break Out! The teacher is coming!
2.Hold the drugs, break out!
3.Damn girl, you sure had a breakout..
by AFY February 27, 2004
Ready to make many contributions, ready to step in and take the spotlight.
Santana Moss is ready for a breakout year this year.
by Tmac April 07, 2003
When your college teacher gives you a break in the middle of class and you never return.
when we get a break andrew grab your book bag were gonna "break-out". Andrew-"whats that" Dan-" its where we dont come back!"
by Natural Resources April 11, 2011
To loose yo damn mind!! To whall out
Man, tha bitch made me so mad, I was about to break out!!
by Nsdrumma2004 September 08, 2004

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