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11.
The term "Borked" or "Borking" originated with conservative talk show hosts (primarily Rush Limbaugh) to describe someone who is denied something earned simply because they either aren't politically correct enough or aren't trusted - usually without cause. The usage is derived from Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork who though eminently qualified was deemed too "conservative" to serve as a Supreme Court judge.
Harriet Meyers was "borked" by distrustful conservatives. NARAL "borks" any candidate that isn't "pro-choice". Radio stations around the country are "borking" the Dixie Chicks.
von Don Hyatt 31. Mai 2006
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1. v. past tense. to have broken something, especially regarding technology.

2. adj. broken.

3. adj. pejorative. people who think that Robert Bork was qualified to sit on the Supreme Court.
Examples:
1. The Internet connection is broken because I just borked the firewall.

2. The mail server is borked.

3. Rush Limbaugh is clearly borked!
von intelligentsia 4. September 2006
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A term used to describe writing loaded with misspelllings, transposed letters and misspaced words (i.e. suppose dto) where any attempt to read it, as written, aloud sounds like the Swedish Chef.
Marty must have really intimidated him, he completely Borked that ticket he sent to local support.
von Captain Shocker 14. März 2011
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a refrence to supreme court justice nominee Robert Bork, who was never passed through the senate due to his conservative views. He was nominated by Ronald Raegan. borked means literally to get stuck or screwed.
wow you got totally borked on that history test
von master 29. März 2005
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No longer working.
That website is now borked, too much traffic has killed it.
von Pep 14. April 2004
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to get completely screwed out of something for entirely LEGITIMATE reasons.
Judge Robert Bork was Borked out of his Supreme Court nomination because of his idiotic view of 'original intent' being the only correct way to interpret the Constitution. Did you know that according to 'original intent', the Supreme Court was engaging in judicial activism when it ruled against the constitutionality of segregation in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas?
von rustyshackleford 10. Dezember 2007
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In reference to Robert Bork, a nominee to the Supreme Court who, despite being very qualified was not appointed to the court due to partisan reasons.

It has come to mean, essentially, to get fucked over for something you deserve.
Man, I got borked, I've been at this company for 15 years and the new guy got the promotion.
von Drew Steele 23. Juli 2005
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