Definition of broken-in in English:

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broken-in

adjective

Comfortable through habitual use or familiarity: a pair of well broken-in shoes his sound is creaky, broken-in, relaxed, and familiar
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  • Wear well-used clothes and broken-in boots and sneakers.
  • As for shoes: as with any trip where you expect to be trekking around a bit, you should have some comfortable, broken-in shoes.
  • So if the khakis are gray or brown and dressy, it's probably fine; if they're white or actually khaki-colored and more 'broken-in,' no go.
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