[ UK /kɐpˈʊt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. destroyed or killed
    we are gone geese
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How To Use kaput In A Sentence

  • The actress was slammed on a celebrity site as having a career that's gone "kaput" and as having "stooped pretty low" to take on her April 11-debuting Lifetime film, "Tribute. undefined
  • Somewhere on the expressway the engine went kaput.
  • And was circumspectly pyorrhoea into the box, tuscarora my naprosyn medina into an unhearing commute ferryman, tegucigalpa the mac coreidae and homomorphism in a commutative epicurus to our kaput neurobiological. Rational Review
  • Da lache ich mich schon den ganzen Tag drüber kaputt, das ist echt hart! Norma: Rice-epe For An E-Norma-s Disaster
  • But that's ok as I had to drop my computer off to be fixed, the internal modem is kaput, and I'll be without it during my busiest time since being here.
  • We should reject Julius Pokorny's Indo-European root *kaput which is poorly justified both phonetically and distributionally. Pondering on the phrase 'capite velato'
  • She also loves the air circulated by the fan and within a minute of the fan being switched off, either by the maid to clean the room or if the electricity goes kaput, she puckers her mouth and begins to cry!
  • R W Posner's article, noted at Buzz Flash and posted at politicalcortex, elicits emotions of 'kaput' and 'ersatz' experienced between 1st & 2nd WWs. OpEdNews - Quicklink: INDOCTRI-NATION: FAIT ACCOMPLI
  • Bad news: I think the washer as well as the dryer is kaput. still more puppy fix
  • It's probably just coincidence that it went kaput shortly after being plugged into a PC for the first time, which I don't think it was too happy about.
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