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1broke

\ˈbrōk\

Definition of BROKE

past of break

Other Equestrian Terms

canter, cantle, curry, farrier, hunter, paddock, router, skirt, tack

2broke

adjective

: not having any money

Full Definition of BROKE

:  penniless

Examples of BROKE

  1. She is broke and homeless.
  2. Can I borrow 10 dollars? I'm broke until payday.

Origin of BROKE

Middle English, alteration of broken
First Known Use: 1710

Other Economics Terms

actuary, compound interest, globalization, indemnity, portfolio, rentier, stagflation, usurer
BROKE Defined for Kids

1broke

Definition of BROKE for Kids

past of break

2broke

adjective \ˈbrōk\

Definition of BROKE for Kids

:  having no money
Medical Dictionary

broke

Medical Definition of BROKE

past of break

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