break in

break in


1. enter by using force (and breaking a lock, window, etc.) (often no object)
2. wear something new until it's / they're comfortable. (separable)
3. train; get someone / something accustomed to a new routine. (separable)


1. włamać się
2. rozchodzić
3. zaaklimatyzować się

Przykładowe użycie: 

1. "Jane's apartment was burglarized last night. Someone broke in while Jane was at the movies."
2. "These are nice shoes, but they're too stiff. I hope it doesn't take too long to break them in."
3. "I hope I can learn my new job quickly. The manager hasn't scheduled much time for breaking me in."