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2 Translation results for broke in Spanish

adjective | verb

broke adjective

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(argot) arruinado, en bancarrota
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He’s broke.

Example sentences of
broke adjective

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

break verb

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broke, has broken, is breaking, breaks
romper, quebrar; romperse, quebrarse; infringir, violar; dispersarse, despejarse; batir, superar; estallar (dícese de una tormenta), romper (dícese del día); cambiar (dícese del tiempo o de la voz); arruinar, deshacer, destrozar; bajar; dar, comunicar; divulgarse, revelarse; cortar, interrumpir
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Breaking a pencil

Example sentences of
break verb

  • She broke the cup when she dropped it on the floor.
  • Break the chocolate bar into pieces so that everyone can have some.
  • It is easiest to break a chain at its weakest link.
  • A chain will break at its weakest link.
  • The fall broke his arm.
  • His arm broke in three places when he fell.
  • A bruise forms when a blood vessel breaks under the skin.
¿Sabes cuándo usar break y brake?
  • El verbo break puede significar no hacer algo requerido > If you break the rules you will be punished. El verbo brake también significa disminuir la velocidad > I had to brake suddenly. Brake también es un sustantivo que significa un dispositivo usado para disminuir la velocidad o parar algo > The brakes in my car need to be fixed.
¿Sabes lo que significa break into?
  • To break into significa entrar ilegalmente a una casa o edificio cerrado, generalmente rompiendo una cerradura.

Reverse translation for broke

arruinado  (argot)
romper  - to break, to break, to smash, to rip, to tear, to break off (relations), to break (a contract), to break through, to break down, to wear out 
quebrar  - to go bankrupt, to break, to fall out, to break up, to bend, to twist 
romperse  - to break, to burst 
infringir  - to infringe, to breach 
violar  - to rape, to violate (a law or right), to desecrate 
dispersarse  - to disperse, to disband 
batir  - to beat, to hit, to defeat, to mix, to beat, to break (a record) 
superar  - to surpass, to exceed, to overcome, to surmount 
estallar  (dícese de una tormenta) - to burst, to explode, to erupt, to break out 
romper  (dícese del día) - to break, to break, to smash, to rip, to tear, to break off (relations), to break (a contract), to break through, to break down, to wear out 
cambiar  (dícese del tiempo o de la voz) - to change, to change, to exchange, to trade 
arruinar  - to ruin, to wreck 
deshacer  - to destroy, to ruin, to undo, to untie, to break apart, to crumble, to dissolve, to melt, to break, to cancel 
destrozar  - to smash, to shatter, to destroy, to wreck 
bajar  - to drop, to fall, to lower, to let down, to take down, to come down, to go down, to reduce (prices), to ebb (of tides), to lower, to bow (the head), to go down, to descend 
dar  - to give, to suffice, to be enough, to deliver, to hand over, to hit, to strike, to yield, to produce, to perform, to give off, to emit 
comunicar  - to communicate, to convey, to notify 
cortar  - to cut, to cut, to slice, to trim, to break up, to cut out, to omit, to cut off, to interrupt, to hang up (the telephone), to block, to close off, to curdle (milk) 
interrumpir  - to interrupt 
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