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break a record

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbreak a recordbreak a recordBESTto do something even faster or even better than the previous best time, amount etc an attempt to break the 10,000-metres world record break
Examples from the Corpus
break a recordThe 18-year-old with size 18 feet just can't stop breaking records.Instead of watching the scoreboard this week for broken records, the play-by-play announcer is watching the thermometer.Eventually, human champions will stop breaking records too.I said, Listen, man, the broken record was pressed by somebody else, not me.
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