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When your wife, kids, or boss are arguing with you and you want to end it. Signaling the conversation is DEFINITELY OVER.
Used frequently by news anchors.
Wife: Baby, you know that trip I was talking about and the car I wanted, and the dinner party you said you would go to?

Husband: Sorry hon, I'm up against a hard break.
by spudsNbuds February 02, 2011
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