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busted

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbustedbust‧ed /ˈbʌstɪd/ adjective American English spoken informal  1 broken a busted arm2 [not before noun] caught doing something wrong and likely to be punished You guys are so busted!
Examples from the Corpus
bustedThe TV's busted again.Julie's arm is busted and she can't take care of herself.He got busted and they got done as well.Basilio, whose busted face was on the front page of every pinned-up sports section in every barbershop in the city.Britain now, on the international stage, is a busted flush.It had minimal busted furniture, yellow walls and a gas fire.The tinkling of busted glass, the sucking of his bottle.There he found a small writing table with a busted leg.
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