Word: broach

Category: broach

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Synonyms: broach

eyeglass

Translations: broach

spanish
broche, asador


german
räumnadel, brosche

french
toucher, broche, rencontrer, forer, entamer

italian
spilla, spiedo

dutch
aanboren, broche

russian
развертка, вертел, рожон, обтесывать, брошка, ...

norwegian
brosje

finnish
avartaa, rintakoru, varras, pora

danish
broche

czech
brož, načít

polish
przedziurawiać, poruszać, szydło, rożen, napoczynać, ...

hungarian
dörzsár, gyökérfúró, toronycsúcs

turkish
broş

ukrainian
обтісувати, вертел, вертів, рожен

croatian
šilo, šiljak

lithuanian
sagė

latvian
piespraude, sakta

romanian
broşă

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The meaning and "use of": broach

noun
  • a sudden and hazardous veering or pitching of a ship.

verb
  • raise (a sensitive or difficult subject) for discussion.
  • pierce (a cask) to draw liquor.
  • (of a fish or sea mammal) rise through the water and break the surface.
  • (of a ship with the wind on the quarter) veer and pitch forward because of bad steering or a sea hitting the stern, causing it to present a side to the wind and sea, lose steerage, and possibly suffer serious damage.

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