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    #1

    break one's word

    Hello.

    Is it possible to use 'break one's word' to mean 'break one's promise'?
    (I know 'keep one's word/promise' and 'break one's promise' are correct.)

    Thank you.

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    Re: break one's word

    Yes, that is common.

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