Go broke 14


1.

to have a zero balance, no money: to lose all one's money; especially by taking a chance: to owe more than you can pay.

 
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It's not a good business to gamble, take chances. Our brother here was just speaking a few moments ago on, he was going to the places and gambling. That's taking a chance. A good sound-thinking businessman won't do that. He shouldn't do it anyhow. It's a gamble; you could go broke at once with such a thing as that.

 

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