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fractureleft to right: transverse, oblique, and greenstick fracturesfrac·ture (frăk′chər)n.1. a. The act or process of breaking.b. The condition of having been broken or ruptured: a sudden and irreparable fracture of the established order (W. Bruce Lincoln).2. A break, rupture, or crack, especially in bone or cartilage.3. Mineralogy a. The characteristic manner in which a mineral breaks.b. The characteristic appearance of the surface of a broken mineral.4. Geology A crack or fault in a rock.v. frac·tured, frac·tur·ing, frac·tures v.tr.1. a. To cause to break: The impact of the fall fractured the bone. See Synonyms at break.b. To undergo a break in (a bone): He fractured his ankle in the fall.2. To disrupt or destroy as if by breaking: fractured the delicate balance of power.3. To abuse or misuse flagrantly, as by violating rules: ignorant writers who fracture the language.4. Slang To cause to laugh heartily: Jack Benny fractured audiences ... for more than 50 years (Newsweek).v.intr. To undergo a fracture.[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin frāctūra, from frāctus, past participle of frangere, to break; see bhreg- in Indo-European roots.]