broke

• (v. i.) To act as procurer in love matters; to pimp. • of Break • (v. i.) To transact business for another. • imp. & p. p. of Break. • (imp.) of Break
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broke

bust adjective lacking funds; ``skint` is a British slang term`
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Broke

Broke (brōk), imperfect & past participle of Break .
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Broke

Broke intransitive verb [ See Broker , and confer Brook .] 1. To transact business for another. [ R.] Brome. 2. To act as procurer in love matters; to pimp. [ Obsolete] « We do want a certain necessary woman to broke between them, Cupid said. Fan...
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Broke

A paper mill term for paper waste arising from the manufacturing process. Usually recycled as part of the manufacturing process.
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Broke

Paper that has been discarded anywhere in the process of manufacture in the paper mill.
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Broke

Trained and reliable
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broke

trained; a
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broke

[adj] - lacking funds
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