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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈbrəʊkən/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈbroʊkən/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(brōkən)

From the verb break: (⇒ conjugate)
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v past pverb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to form verbs--for example, "the locked door," "The door has been locked."

broken
WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Adjective: fractured
Synonyms:
fractured, ruptured, shattered , burst , splintered, smashed, damaged, in pieces, collapsed, destroyed, pulverized, pulverised (UK), crumbled, mutilated, bruised, injured , lacerated, rent , split , gashed, torn , cracked, fissured, mangled, fragmented, disintegrated, crippled , shredded, crushed, chipped, busted (US), hurt , harmed, wrecked, ruined, snapped, in ruins, broken up
Antonyms:
unbroken, whole , sound , intact, fixed , repaired, put back together, reconstructed
Sense: Adjective: not functioning properly
Synonyms:
defective , out of order, inoperative, in need of repair, in disrepair, malfunctioning, down , faulty , busted (US), gone haywire (informal), gone to pot (informal), out of whack (informal), screwed up (slang), shot (slang), conked out (slang), on the fritz (slang), on the blink (slang), knackered (UK, slang), gone to pieces, out of commission, out of kilter, dead , not working, broke
Antonyms:
working , operative, functioning, running , running smoothly, fixed , repaired, in good condition
Sense: Adjective: discontinuous
Synonyms:
discontinuous, interrupted, intermittent, erratic, on-and-off, off-and-on, disturbed , irregular, spasmodic, disrupted, separated, fragmented, fragmentary, disjointed, patchy, staccato, piecemeal
Antonyms:
even , smooth , flat , continuous , uniform , connected
Sense: Adjective: incoherent - speech, etc.
Synonyms:
incoherent, unintelligible, mumbled, jumbled, faltering, stammering, stuttering, stuttered, stammered
Antonyms:
smooth , flowing , fluid , effortless, steady
Sense: Adjective: not kept - promises, etc.
Synonyms:
unkept, dishonored, dishonoured (UK), disregarded, contravened, flouted, reneged on, betrayed, breached, violated, infringed, forgotten, ignored, transgressed, retracted, welshed on (potentially offensive, slang)
Antonyms:
kept, honored, completed, upheld
Sense: Adjective: frail
Synonyms:
frail , decrepit, tottering, weak , infirm, crippled , disabled , enfeebled, feeble , worn down, run down, rugged
Antonyms:
healthy , in good shape, vigorous, robust , strong
Sense: Adjective: bankrupt
Synonyms:
bankrupt , ruined, insolvent, indebted, in debt, broke (informal), stony broke (slang), in the red (informal), penniless
Antonyms:
thriving , profitable , solvent, wealthy , rich , in the black
Sense: Adjective: disheartened
Synonyms:
disheartened, dispirited, depressed , downhearted, sad , beaten, defeated , demoralized, demoralised (UK), disillusioned, crushed, discouraged, dejected, hopeless , blue (informal), gutted (slang)
Antonyms:
inspired , animated, excited , motivated, driven
Sense: Adjective: failed
Synonyms:
failed , unsuccessful, abortive, doomed , wrecked, in ruins, in tatters, dashed, thwarted, frustrated
Sense: Adjective: uneven
Synonyms:
uneven , jagged , cracked, rough , bumpy , rugged


break
WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Verb: shatter
Synonyms:
shatter , crack , fragment, burst , splinter , disintegrate, fracture
Sense: Verb: fall apart
Synonyms:
fall apart, come apart, break apart, break up, disintegrate, separate , fall to bits, fall to pieces
Sense: Verb: cause to break
Synonyms:
bust (informal), smash , shatter , fracture, separate , crack , split
Sense: Verb: break in two
Synonyms:
break in two, snap , split , crack sth open
Antonyms:
fix , put together, put back together, rebuild, repair , reconstruct
Sense: Verb: stop working
Synonyms:
stop working, stop functioning, pack up (UK, slang), go on the blink (UK, slang), go on the fritz (slang), conk out (slang), give out, die , fail , cut out, break down
Sense: Verb: violate
Synonyms:
violate, breach , infringe, disobey, disregard , defy , fracture, fail to observe, go against, transgress, contravene, flout, offend
Antonyms:
comply with, follow , conform to, obey, observe
Sense: Verb: interrupt
Synonyms:
interrupt , disrupt , interfere with
Antonyms:
continue , advance , proceed , drive , propel
Sense: Verb: take a break
Synonyms:
take a break, have a break (UK), take a breather (informal), pause , rest , stop , take five (slang)
Sense: Verb: surpass
Synonyms:
surpass , beat , top , one-up (informal), better , exceed , transcend, outdo, outstrip, eclipse, outshine
Sense: Verb: discontinue
Synonyms:
discontinue, end , cease , halt , cut off, cut out, shut off, break up, break off
Sense: Verb: give up - bad habits, etc.
Synonyms:
give up, quit , stop , kick (informal), shake , drop
Sense: Verb: tremble - voice
Synonyms:
tremble , falter , shake , stutter , waver, quiver , wobble , crack
Sense: Verb: divulge
Synonyms:
divulge, disclose , reveal , tell , say , let out, spill (informal), let slip (informal), make known, make sth public, release , announce
Antonyms:
keep secret, suppress , conceal , hide
Sense: Verb: decipher
Synonyms:
decipher, crack , work out, decrypt, unscramble, decode
Sense: Verb: subdue
Synonyms:
subdue , weaken , demoralize, demoralise (UK), dispirit, sap , suppress , cow , enfeeble, undermine
Sense: Verb: begin
Synonyms:
begin , commence , dawn , start
Antonyms:
stop , cease , conclude , end , finish
Sense: Noun: effect of breaking
Synonyms:
crack , split , fracture, fissure, rift , breach , rent
Antonyms:
patch , repair , closure , closing
Sense: Noun: gap
Synonyms:
gap , opening , separation, discontinuity, interval, void , hole
Sense: Noun: pause
Synonyms:
pause , lapse , lull , intermission, recess , letup (informal), let-up (informal)
Antonyms:
persistence, prolongation, extension , continuation
Sense: Noun: rest
Synonyms:
rest , breather, respite , downtime , time out, recess , playtime (UK), smoke-oh (AU, informal), cigarette break
Sense: Noun: time off
Synonyms:
time off, vacation (US), holiday (UK), trip , time away
Sense: Noun: stroke of luck - often plural
Synonyms:
stroke of luck, stroke of fortune, luck , lucky break, fortune
Antonyms:
bad luck, setback , hardship , misfortune, hard times
Sense: Noun: separation - couples
Synonyms:
separation, time apart, parting, breakup, break-up, split
Antonyms:
marriage , union , connection , friendship

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