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Hindi translation of 'broke'

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/brəʊk ब्रअउक्/
Broke is the past tense of break.
तोड़ा,break का भूतकालिक रूप

2. adjective
If you are broke, you have no money.
He was broke when I married him.

3. phrase
If a company or person goes broke, they lose money and are unable to continue in business or to pay their debts.
आर्थिक रूप से बदहाल हो जाना

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Example Sentences Including 'broke'

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Broke box office records for opening day sales.
The Sun (2009)
I was an actor, flat broke and selling records at Selfridges.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The country is broke and is horribly in debt, which needs urgent action.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Broke record with deadly double.
The Sun (2013)
No wonder connections of Churchill have opted to go for broke in an awesome clash of racing's superpowers.
The Sun (2016)
The French broke away and scored.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
A third said they are broke after splashing out on presents and cannot bear to return to work.
The Sun (2016)
But it was one that both extended and broke away from classical Marxism.
Low, Nicholas Politics, Planning and the State (1990)
He maintains he is broke after spending virtually the last 17 years behind bars.
The Sun (2013)
He said: 'I was broke and reached rock bottom.
The Sun (2010)
He said: 'I was flat broke.
The Sun (2010)
In fact he has been broke twice, and has always worked to an exhausting schedule.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
There is talk of hospitals going broke.
The Sun (2014)
Their country is broke, so has little to lose.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
We could get sick or go broke.
Christianity Today (2000)

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'broke' in Other Languages

British English: broke /brəʊk/ ADJECTIVE
If you are broke, you have no money.
He was broke when I married him.
  • American English: broke
  • Arabic: مُفْلِس
  • Brazilian Portuguese: sem dinheiro
  • Chinese: 一文不名的
  • Croatian: koji je bez novaca
  • Czech: na mizině
  • Danish: flad uden penge
  • Dutch: blut
  • European Spanish: sin un duro
  • Finnish: rahaton
  • French: fauché
  • German: pleite
  • Greek: απένταρος
  • Italian: al verde
  • Japanese: 破産した
  • Korean: 한푼 없는
  • Norwegian: blakk
  • Polish: spłukany
  • European Portuguese: falido
  • Romanian: falit
  • Russian: безденежный
  • Latin American Spanish: sin un centavo
  • Swedish: pank
  • Thai: ถังแตก
  • Turkish: züğürt
  • Ukrainian: розорений
  • Vietnamese: hết tiền

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