to break up (with someone): to end a relationship (with someone)
After Susan broke up with her husband, she sold the family home and bought a Porsche. For her, the divorce was a great idea.
This is an irregular verb:
I break up / I broke up / I have broken up
a (messy) break-up: a (difficult) separation, the (complicated) end of a relationship
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