What does "damn break" mean? Does it necessary to put "damn"? "damn break" and "break" what's different between these two?
The phrase "damn break" in itself is not a common phrase, however, "damn" is a term used for emphasis, usually to express anger, annoyance, or frustration with something. It is not a very nice word to use, and should not be used in more formal speech or writing. "Damn" is often placed in front of nouns or adjectives to emphasize them. In this case, "damn" is put in front of "break" to emphasize her frustration with not ever getting a break. Here's some more examples of "damn" to express anger: Ex: That damn dog always steals my food! Ex: I am so damn tired.
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