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Stranded for days or weeks far away from home due to disruptions in air traffic caused by Icelandic volcano eruptions.
Millions of people all over the world were bjorked for weeks in 2010.
by CASIOp April 20, 2010
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1.
A colloquial augmentation of the phrase 'borked', meaning 'broken beyond repair' or 'cream crackered'.

'Bjorked' means ultimately the same thing as 'borked', but has a much nicer Icelandic-sounding ring to it.

It is especially effective when referring to under-performing people or products from Scandinavia.
Petter Solberg just totally bjorked his car by driving into that tree.
by Rymix June 26, 2006
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