One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘thieves broke in and took her cheque book’
commit burglary, break and enter
force one's way in, burst in
British archaic crack a crib
2‘‘I don't want to interfere,’ Mrs Hendry broke in’
interrupt, butt in, cut in, interject, interpose, intervene, chime in
interfere, put one's oar in, have one's say
British informal chip in
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