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Translation of "broken" - English-Spanish dictionary

broken

  /ˈbrəʊ·kən/
past participle of break participio pasado de “break”
adjective   /ˈbrəʊ·kən/
A2 damaged and separated into pieces roto broken glass
A2 If a bone is broken, it is separated completely or partly into more than one piece, usually because of an accident roto a broken leg
A2 not working estropeado The TV is broken.
a broken heart
a feeling of sadness because of the end of a relationship un corazón partido They said she died of a broken heart.
(Definition of broken from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

broken

adjective /ˈbrəukən/
see break roto a broken window My watch is broken.
interrupted interrumpido broken sleep.
uneven accidentado broken ground.
(of language) not fluent chapurreado He speaks broken English.
ruined deshecho The children come from a broken home (= their parents are no longer living together).
broken-hearted adjective
overcome by grief. con el corazón partido She was broken-hearted when her boyfriend left her.
(Definition of broken from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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