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1. broken


Sinonimi: busted | wiped out | impoverished | crushed | humbled | humiliated | low | rugged | confused | disordered | upset | broken in | unkept

ETYM From Break.
1. Not whole; not continuous in space, time, or sequence or varying abruptly.
2. Out of working order; ('busted' is an informal substitute for 'broken' as in); SYN. busted.
3. Physically and forcibly separated into pieces or cracked or split; or legally or emotionally destroyed.
4. Lacking a part or parts.
5. Imperfectly spoken or written.
6. Destroyed financially; SYN. wiped out, impoverished.
7. Subdued or brought low in condition or status; SYN. crushed, humbled, humiliated, low.
8. (Meteorology) Discontinuous.
9. Weakened and infirm.
10. Topographically very uneven; SYN. rugged.
11. Thrown into a state of disarray or confusion; SYN. confused, disordered, upset.
12. Tamed or trained to obey; SYN. broken in.
13. (Especially of promises or contracts) Having been violated or disregarded; SYN. unkept.

2. broken-down


Not in working order; broken down.
When something is old, in bad condition, or not functioning properly, it is broken-down.

3. collapsed


Folded compactly.

4. contrite


Sinonimi: remorseful | rueful | sorry

ETYM Latin contritus bruised, p. p. of contrere to grind, bruise; con- + terere to rub, grind: cf. French contrit See Trite.
1. Feeling or expressing pain or sorrow for sins or offenses; SYN. remorseful, rueful, sorry.
2. Feeling regret for a fault or offence.

5. cracked


Sinonimi: crackled | crazed

1. Broken without being divided into parts but having fissures appear on the surface.
2. Of a ceramic surface; covered with a network of fine cracks; SYN. crackled, crazed.