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British pronunciation/bɹˈeɪk ðə mˈəʊld/
American pronunciation/bɹˈeɪk ðə mˈoʊld/
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to act so differently that it changes traditional or previous methods or approaches

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to [break] the mold definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "break the mold" and when to use it?

The origin of the idiom "break the mold" can be traced back to the manufacturing process of creating objects using molds. A mold is a hollow form or pattern that is used to shape a material, such as clay, metal, or plastic, into a specific form. This phrase is often employed to praise and celebrate uniqueness, originality, and innovation.

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The company is known for breaking the mold in the tech industry by introducing revolutionary products.
In the future, he plans to break the mold in the fashion industry with his avant-garde designs.
Tomorrow, she will break the mold by launching a startup that disrupts the traditional business model.
He broke the mold with his groundbreaking research that challenged long-held scientific theories.
They could break the mold if they dare to think differently and take risks in their entrepreneurial endeavors.
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