Adjective, nonfunctional, in need of repair.

Rural usage, derived from past participle and/or the past tense of verb to break.

Usually used to refer to previously functioning machines which no longer work correctly.
The refrigerator's broke, we need to get it fixed.
by Ann Pearl Owen April 02, 2008
Used at the end of a psych out. Derivative of broken ankles. Confirmes the psych out.

Broke Neck, is also used when you can get some one to look somewhere undesireable.
"Yo, your shoes are all messed up...Broke(Neck)"
by JBizzy September 27, 2006
to have little or no money to spend
I can't go out because I'm broke this week.
by Gerard Irick May 05, 2010
adj- an ugly or generally undesirable girl
Man, that bitch is broke.
by EliAssbag September 28, 2004
take a fall
lmao she slipped n got broke
by bethany September 29, 2003
When a JROTC cadet doesn't know their stuff. Their knowledge is sub-par, their uniform is always messed up, they can't do drill, and they're always a mess.
Cadet: Man, all of the LET 2s are mad broke. Not quite newbies, but they still haven't gotten the hang of things.
by Eep12 October 07, 2007
To have no money in you're bank account or trust- etc etc.
The guy went broke after his shares plummeted to nothing
by teh Kelz March 03, 2006
US Bat, alternativley one without money, you could be US Bat if you were broke.
I Broke my arm, man Im US Bat and I can't work... I'm Broke
by OJ November 07, 2003

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