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    break down

    Hello everybody,

    If you still haven't decided who will get your vote, fear not, because we've broken down the candidates on the issues that matter most to us.

    What does break down mean in this context? Does it mean that the candidates have been thoroughly "analyzed" on the hottest political issues?

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    Re: break down

    Yes, it does.


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    Re: break down

    Quote Originally Posted by heidita View Post
    Yes, it does.
    Thank you.
    Is break down in this meaning usually referred to people?

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    Re: break down

    Quote Originally Posted by Englishlanguage View Post
    Thank you.
    Is break down in this meaning usually referred to people?
    Not really. I have also heard the wording used in Grammar.

    Break down a sentence

    cheers

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