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Translation of "broken" - English-Turkish dictionary

broken

adjective     /ˈbrəʊkən/
DAMAGED
A2 damaged and separated into pieces kırık, darma dağınık, harap vaziyette broken glass →  Opposite unbroken Not functioningTearing and breaking into pieces
a broken arm/leg, etc
A2 an arm/leg, etc with a damaged bone kırık kol/bacak Problems with bones, joints and teethDentistryThe teethTearing and breaking into pieces
NOT WORKING
A2 If a machine or piece of equipment is broken, it is not working. bozuk, çalışmaz The video's broken.Not functioningTearing and breaking into pieces
a broken heart
B2 when you are very sad because someone you love has ended a relationship with you kırık kalp Ending relationships and divorceSadness and regret
a broken home
a family in which the parents do not now live together parçalanmış aile, ebebveynleri ayrılmış aile Ending relationships and divorce
a broken promise
a promise that has not been kept tutulmayan söz, yerine getirilmeyen vaad Making and breaking promises and commitments
broken English/Spanish, etc
English/Spanish, etc that is spoken slowly and has a lot of mistakes in it kırık dökük, yarım yamalak İngilizce/İspanyolca Interrupting and preventing from speaking
(Definition of broken adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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