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The term "Borked" or "Borking" originated with conservative talk show hosts (primarily Rush Limbaugh) to describe someone who is denied something earned simply because they either aren't politically correct enough or aren't trusted - usually without cause. The usage is derived from Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork who though eminently qualified was deemed too "conservative" to serve as a Supreme Court judge.
Harriet Meyers was "borked" by distrustful conservatives. NARAL "borks" any candidate that isn't "pro-choice". Radio stations around the country are "borking" the Dixie Chicks.
Por Don Hyatt 31 de mayo de 2006
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1.
To have totally fucked something up. Usually by doing something stupid. Specifically used to describe technology that is broken.
Example 1....
Admin: I totally borked my machine installing Win XP SP2.

Example 2....

"I can't come over at the moment...my car is borked".
Por Senhor Salvidor Guido 07 de septiembre de 2004
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2.
Something is "borked" when it doesn't work correctly or misbehaves, generally due to negligence by the person(s) that are responsible for it.

Etymology: Combine one part "broken" and one part Swedish Chef and you get "borked."
This website is borked.
That mechanic borked your car.
Por gfm 18 de noviembre de 2004
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3.
To have broken something so entirely, you break the words used to describe the item.
guy 1:wtf happened to your ipad, its broken in half and the screen is melted!

guy 2:dude, long story short, its fu**in borked.
Por Dj pancake 28 de agosto de 2010
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When you brake s**t so bad, you brake the words to describe it too.
With out glasses how borked are your eyes?

After that crash her leg was borked n can't walk
Por Mbussnp 09 de marzo de 2014
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5.
When something isn't working, or messes up. Can also replace the 'F' word when used to express annoyance or frustration.

Also applicable: borking, bork
"Man, my computer keeps borking up!"

"The whole project was borked, so I had to start over."

"What the bork are you doing?"
Por scumbagk 25 de diciembre de 2011
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6.
(adj.) Broken; same as borked or b0rked, but often used in a l33t or nonsensical context.
"I børked your meme!"
"Oh no! I fell off the cliff and died and børked my nose."

see also: borked, b0rked
Por Lambda 03 de junio de 2004
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7.
In computer software borked is usually synonomous with fucked up beyond all recognision, but usually has been delibratly done by someone who is incompatant.

This use of borked is rooted in the traditional defination, to obstruct by defimation &co. in this sense the obstruction is the fucked up, not working ness, and the defimation is that it is beyond all recognision.
Android is borked, Google didn't even use a posix, standard c compliant c library and I've seen more Java in starbucks than Davlik, no wonder there are no fucking apps for the thing, who'd waste years porting to that piece of fubar shit. Time to rm -rf / and install GNU/Linux.
Por oliverthered 27 de mayo de 2013
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