Definition of breakdance in English:

breakdance

noun & verb

  • See breakdancing

    • ‘In the dark, making wine corks break-dance across the patio produces lunatic giggles.’
    • ‘My son slid and break-danced on the ice and said, ‘Minnesotans have the life.’’
    • ‘Adam continued to break-dance to the music, while keeping the bottles aloft the whole time.’
    • ‘Scores of dancers who perform in styles ranging from ballet to break-dance have gone on from Swindon to make it big.’
    • ‘Well, we knew that already, but we didn't know he could break-dance.’

Pronunciation

breakdance

/ˈbreɪkˌdɑːns/