Military slang for any thing, person, or body part that is not within correct operating tolerance.
Can be used as either a noun or an adjective.
On rare occasions it is used as a form of address between buddies like when a troop has been restricted to light duty such as office work instead of their regular job.
1st person: frequently the speaker dissociates from injured part(s) as though they themselves are perfectly fine, yet significantly burdened by a body part that isn't operational.
3rd person: frequently pejorative and almost always refers to entire person.
1. That brokedick old Jeep couldn't get us from here to the PX, much less out to the range!
2. Can't put Riley out on police call, Sarge. Brokedick's gettin' a medical chapter next week!
3. Man, my arm's still all brokedick from that bad jump! I'm stuck on gimp squad for another two months until the cast comes off!
4. Hey brokedick, have you processed my leave form for Christmas Exodus yet?
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