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Meaning of “bust” - Learner’s Dictionary

bust

adjective     /bʌst/
go bust
If a business goes bust, it stops trading because it does not have enough money: His company went bust, leaving huge debts.Starting, succeeding and failing in businessNot functioning
UK informal ( US busted,   US  /ˈbʌstɪd/) broken: My phone's bust - can I use yours?Not functioningTearing and breaking into pieces
Translations of “bust”
in Spanish roto…
in Vietnamese hư hỏng…
in Thai เสีย…
in Malaysian rosak…
in French foutu…
in German kaput…
in Indonesian rusak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 破坏…
in Turkish bozuk, kırık, parçalanmış…
in Russian сломанный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 破壞…
in Polish zepsuty…
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