Definitions for "Breakup"
Keywords:  frozen, winter, ice, subarctic, river
The end of an Alaskan winter, when the ice that has frozen the major rivers thaws.
The time when a river whose surface has been frozen from bank to bank for a significant portion of its length begins to change to an open water flow condition. Breakup is signaled by the breaking of the ice and often associated with ice jams and flooding.
This term refers to a particular length of time in which ice disappears in a given area (generally 1 to 2 weeks). However, breakup does not necessarily imply a decay or melt of ice, but can also indicate a movement of ice out of a particular area.
The sound of severe analog-disc mistracking.
Disturbance in the picture or sound signal caused by loss of sync or by videotape damage.
When a loudspeaker diaphragm fails to move in a pistonic fashion, and flexes, or breaks up, distorting the sound.
type of gobo with a random or semi-random abstract pattern, used for breaking up the light. Common types include dots, slashes, foliage and triangles, as illustrated here
an unfortunate thing in peoples' lives but we go on and hope for a happier place,'' she said
Disruption; coming apart; a separation and dispersion of the parts or members; as, a break-up of a meeting, assembly, or dinner party; the break-up of a spacecraft on re-entry into the atmosphere.
the termination of a relationship; a break-up of the government; the break-up of a marriage; the break-up of a business partnership; the break-up of a comedy team.
a definitive action, not a democratic one
A brief interruption of video caused by a technical problem.
Keywords:  begining, end, new
a new begining not and end