English to Danish Meaning :: broke

Broke :
gik i stykker
ruineret, brudt, nedbrudt
gik i stykker
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Verb(1) terminate(2) become separated into pieces or fragments(3) render inoperable or ineffective(4) ruin completely(5) destroy the integrity of; usually by force; cause to separate into pieces or fragments(6) act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises(7) move away or escape suddenly(8) scatter or part(9) force out or release suddenly and often violently something pent up(10) prevent completion(11) enter someone's (virtual or real(12) make submissive, obedient, or useful(13) fail to agree with; be in violation of; as of rules or patterns(14) surpass in excellence(15) make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret(16) come into being
Adjective(1) lacking funds

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(1) This month I am completely broke .(2) So for someone who is broke , with low morale, can you see how easy it is to become homeless?(3) They go broke or they flounder in a dribble of chips waiting for the really good cards.(4) The trouble with this argument is that all the people I know who work overtime are broke !(5) Talk of the town is that the way the money is being spent they might be broke by next month.(6) The club is broke and the only way of fixing it is to do a deal with the principal creditor Bill Barr.(7) It is also true that I have no ideas at all about it and would only have any if I were feeling very broke .(8) If the State had to pick up the tab for some of the work they do we would all be broke .(9) We would hang by the bar, each of us with a drink paid for individually, broke as we were.(10) Trust me, you can not only go broke , but you can actually pay taxes as you do it.(11) Four years ago, my grandmother was on her way to post some money to my sister, a broke single mum.(12) If they were broke they would be more concerned with making a living than making history.
Related Words
(1) break ::
pause
(2) go broke ::
gå fallit
(3) flat broke ::
flade brød
(4) be broke ::
være brød
(5) all hell broke loose ::
alle helvede brød løs
(6) go for broke ::
gå til brød
(7) broke to the wide ::
brød til den brede
Synonyms
Adjective
1. penniless ::
fattig
2. stony-broke ::
stenede-brød
Verb
3. shatter ::
splintre
4. fracture ::
knoglebrud
5. pierce ::
gennembore
6. stop working ::
stop med at arbejde
7. contravene ::
strid
8. interrupt ::
afbryde
9. stop ::
hold op
10. cushion ::
pude
11. exceed ::
overstige
12. give up ::
give op
13. destroy ::
ødelægge
14. give way ::
Giv plads
15. bankrupt ::
bankerot
16. reveal ::
løfte sløret
17. decipher ::
dechifrere
18. dawn ::
daggry
19. erupt ::
bryde ud
20. change ::
lave om
21. crash ::
krak
22. falter ::
vakle
23. better ::
bedre
24. go against ::
gå imod
25. unwrap ::
pak
26. give ::
give
28. ruin ::
ruin
29. snap off ::
brække af
30. get out ::
Gå ud
31. discontinue ::
afbryde
32. break down ::
sammenbrud
33. break out ::
udbrud
34. burst ::
burst
35. pause ::
pause
36. kick downstairs ::
sparke nedenunder
37. breach ::
brud
38. damp ::
fugtig
39. break away ::
bryde ud
41. fall apart ::
falde fra hinanden
44. check ::
kontrollere
45. bust ::
buste
46. come apart ::
kommer fra hinanden
47. develop ::
udvikle
Different Forms
broke
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

She broke her leg jumping
from the ramparts.

She BROKE her leg jumping from the ramparts.

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 1


- He broke his vows, betrayed his brothers.
- Aye.

- He BROKE his vows, betrayed his brothers. - Aye.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 1


Fix what\'s broke,

Fix what's BROKE,

Westworld Season 2, Episode 5


That guy is like Einstein, and our four\\NGEOs broke into the Bank through a toilet.\0

That guy is like Einstein, and our four
GEOs BROKE into the Bank through a toilet.

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 7


I know I broke my oath.

I know I BROKE my oath.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 1


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