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Definitions of "Bruk pocket" (Slang)

1. Bruk pocket

English Translation

Poor person


Someone who is always broke

Example Sentences

Patois: Bruk pocket can’t afford di rent dis month.
English: The poor person can’t afford the rent this month.

Related Words

Blacks , Bigga , Fatah , Peas Head ,

posted by anonymous on June 8, 2024

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2. Bruk pocket

English Translation

Broke pocket


Slang expression used to describe the state of having no or very little money

Example Sentences

Patois: Him cyaan afford dat, him a bruk pocket
English: He can’t afford that, He is broke

Related Words

All fruits ripe , Babylon , Bad like yaz , Bashy ,

posted by anonymous on July 15, 2013

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