broke
[brəʊk]
adjetivo
1. (familiar)
  • to be broke -> estar sin un centavo or (penniless) sin un peso or (español de México) sin blanca (español de España)
  • to go for broke -> jugarse el todo por el todo
psicología of break

broke [brouk]
adjetivo
1. En quiebra, sin dinero.
  • To be brok -> (Mex.) estar bruja
  • To be flat/stony/stone broke -> estar pelado, planchado o sin un duro
pret. de TO BREAK.

broke [brəʊk]
verb:past
adjective
1 (incorrect usage) (broken) estropeado
The water heater was broke, or some damn thing, but we didn't have enough money to get a new one
if it ain't broke, don't fix it no hay que complicar las cosas or complicarse la vida sin necesidad
When I worked at Playtex and someone wanted to tinker with a proven, winning product or promotion, one of my bosses had a stock response, `If it ain't broke, don't fix it!"
2 (penniless) pelado (informal)
I'm broke estoy pelado (informal); estoy sin un duro (informal); (Esp) estoy sin un peso (informal); (LAm) to go broke arruinarse
to go for broke jugarse el todo por el todo

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