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16 May 07:50 PM

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When "Break apart" is used with the same meaning as the verb "separate"
Is it fair to say that when I use "break apart" it's usually associated to a more violent prior cause?
Ex:

The main street separated from the road at the intersection.

The main street broke apart from the road at the intersection.

Are both ok?

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