Definitions of "break-in"
  1. The illegal act of entering a private property without the owner's consent
  2. Unlawfully accessing a structure or a digital system, such as a computer, by overriding the security measures
How to use "break-in" in a sentence
  1. After the unauthorized break-in, the company enhanced its security measures.
  2. The property owner immediately reported the break-in to the local police department.
  3. Constant monitoring can help prevent a break-in into the server.

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