Can the verb break be used for wall?

As in the following sentence:

Why did she break the garden wall?

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    It would help to know why you think this might be problematic – J.R. Aug 17 '19 at 2:11

Certainly. "Break" can be used for both "cause to stop working" and "smash into pieces".

"Break the wall" is quite correct.

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Yes, That works. You can use break, damage, destroy (although that implies quite a bit more damage than just break / damage )

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