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broach1 US English

Raise (a sensitive or difficult subject) for discussion

broach2 US English

(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

broach spire US English

An octagonal church spire rising from a square tower without a parapet

broach US Thesaurus

I broached the matter with my parents

broach English-Spanish


it was most indecorous of him to broach the subject in indecorous English-Spanish

fue una falta de delicadeza de su parte sacar el tema

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