Go na le 2 diphetolelo tše dikgolo tša break go Sesotho sa Leboa

: break1break2

break

Verb

  1. Mehlala

    • I picked up the axe and hit him on the mouth with it, breaking one of his teeth

      Ka topa selepe ka mmetha ka sona molomong, ka mo roba leino le tee

    • When firewood is dry, it breaks easily

      Ge legong le omile le robega gabonolo

    • Should one of the body parts like a leg or an arm break, the person will be considered disabled

      Ge setho se sengwe se ka kgaoga go swana le leoto goba letsogo motho yoo o tlo bitšwa segole

    • Be careful not to break that cup of mine

      Hlokomela o se ke wa thuba komiki yeo ya ka

  2. Mehlala

    • Let's sleep over; we will leave when the day breaks

      A re robale, go tla re go sa ra sepela

    • We will leave when the day breaks

      Go tla re ge go esa ra tloga

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