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Could you tell me if there is any difference in meaning between take a break from and take a break with? For example:

I'm going to take a break from/with studying.

It's time to take a break from/with word.

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They are almost opposites

I am going to take a break from activity (or person).

I am going to take a break with person.

Examples

I hate John. I need to take a break (away) from him and his annoying habits.

I love John. I am going to take a break (together) with him in the countryside

I am going to take a break from work, because I am tired

I am going to take a break with my friends so that we can enjoy each other's company.

I am going to take a break from work with my friends. We are both tired and will spend a few days together relaxing.

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