Definition for "broken"
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Urban Dictionary for "broken"
- 1. incapable of function2. shattered into…
- Forcibly sectioned off into several pieces; fractured: a broken arm; damaged cup.
- Sundered by divorce or separation, separation, or desertion of a parent or parents: children from broken houses; a broken wedding.
- Having been broken: a broken guarantee.
- Incomplete: a broken set of publications.
- Being in a state of disarray; disordered: troops fleeing in broken ranks.
- Intermittently preventing and beginning; discontinuous: a broken cable transmission.
- different abruptly, as with pitch: damaged sobs.
- Spoken with spaces and mistakes: damaged English.
- Topographically harsh; unequal: broken surface.
- Subdued completely; humbled: a broken character.
- Weakened and infirm: damaged wellness.
- Crushed by grief: passed away of a broken heart.
- economically ruined; broke.
- Not operating; out of order: a broken washer.
- Fragmented, in split pieces.
- getting the bone tissue in pieces, fractured.
- Dashed, contains quick lines with small gaps between each one while the after that.
- Split or ruptured.
- no longer working correctly.
- Completely defeated and dispirited.
- Grammatically non-standard, especially as a result of being a non-native speaker.
- Having no cash, broke, smashed.
- Disconnected, not open or holding traffic.
- Badly created or implemented.
- Five-eighths to seven-eighths obscured by clouds.
- Not having gone in the way intended; saddening.
- partioned into components or pieces by assault; split into fragments.
- Disconnected; perhaps not constant; additionally, rough; unequal.
- Fractured; cracked; disunited; sundered; strained; apart.
- Made infirm or weak, by illness, age, or hardships.
- Subdued; humbled; contrite.
- Subjugated; trained for use, as a horse.
- Crushed and destroyed as by a thing that destroys hope; blighted.
- Not carried into result; maybe not honored; broken.
- Ruined economically; incapable of redeeming promises made, or of paying debts incurred.
- Imperfectly talked, as by a foreigner; ; imperfectly spoken on account of emotion.
- tossed into a state of disarray or confusion
- tamed or taught to follow
- weakened and infirm
- from working purchase (`busted' is a friendly replacement for `broken')
- destroyed financially
- topographically very unequal
- not continuous in space, time, or series or differing abruptly
- imperfectly spoken or written
- (especially of promises or contracts) having already been violated or disregarded
- lacking part or parts
- subdued or brought low in problem or condition
- physically and forcibly partioned into pieces or cracked or split
- Not integral or whole; fractional: against round, as placed on numbers.
- harsh; intersected with mountains and valleys or ravines: placed on the surface of a country or region.
- Imperfect; ungrammatical; wanting in fluency or correctness of pronunciation: as, broken French.
- In heraldry, depicted as having already been forcibly torn off, making the end shivered or splintered.
- In entomology, abruptly bent at an angle; geniculate: stated especially of antennæ when the critical portion forms an angle because of the long basal joint.—
- an unprofitable voyage, or a losing voyage.