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Councillor Steel's conversation, though as full as ever of complaint and accusation, did not seem to have broken any new ground. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)The ground was treacherous, pockmarked with deep holes, dead soldiers and broken horses. TREASON KEEP (2001)
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British English: broken /ˈbrəʊkən/ ADJECTIVE
A broken line is not continuous but has gaps in it.
...a broken blue line.
- American English: broken
- Arabic: مَكْسور
- Brazilian Portuguese: quebrado
- Chinese: 不连贯的
- Croatian: slomljen
- Czech: rozbitý
- Danish: knækket
- Dutch: gebroken
- European Spanish: discontinuo
- Finnish: rikkinäinen
- French: cassé
- German: zerbrochen
- Greek: σπασμένος
- Italian: interrotto
- Japanese: 壊れた
- Korean: 부서진
- Norwegian: ødelagt
- Polish: połamany
- European Portuguese: quebrado
- Romanian: întrerupt
- Russian: прерывистый
- Spanish: roto
- Swedish: trasig
- Thai: เส้นประ
- Turkish: kırık
- Ukrainian: зламаний
- Vietnamese: bị vỡ
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