Etymology
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breakage (n.)

1767, "loss or damage done by breaking;" 1813, "action of breaking;" from break (v.) + -age.

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Definitions of breakage

breakage (n.)
the quantity broken;
the total breakage was huge
breakage (n.)
reimbursement for goods damaged while in transit or in use;
breakage (n.)
the act of breaking something;
the breakage was unavoidable
Synonyms: break / breaking
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