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Meaning of BREAKDOWN

Pronunciation:  'breyk`dawn

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 Definition: Dreaming that your vehicle breaks down, suggests that you may be pushing yourself too hard and going beyond your limits. You are in danger of driving yourself toward physical difficulties, hardships, and even illness. You need to take better care of yourself or reevaluate your choices and alternatives.
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