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bork

División en sílabas: bork
Pronunciación: /bôrk
 
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(also Bork)

Definición de bork en inglés:

verbo

[with object] US informal
Obstruct (someone, especially a candidate for public office) through systematic defamation or vilification: (as noun borking) is fear of borking scaring people from public office?
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • If the Democrats really wanted to stop him, they'd bork him—bork him like nobody has ever been borked before.
  • Of course, the fact that the press borked Gore for twenty straight months will seldom be mentioned in the press corps' narrations.
  • For five months, I quietly endured the Senator borking me as someone not "committed to bridging differences and bringing peace" and a Washington Post editorial criticizing me as "a destroyer" of cultural bridges, among other slings.

Origen

1980s: from the name of Robert Bork (1927–2012), an American judge whose nomination to the US Supreme Court (1987) was rejected following unfavorable publicity for his allegedly extreme views.

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