from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Informal Incapacitated or destroyed.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Out of order; not working; broken.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. destroyed or killed
Thrfeed also claims Lipstick Jungle is officially kaput, which is news to us, but
We should reject Julius Pokorny's Indo-European root *kaput which is poorly justified both phonetically and distributionally.
R W Posner's article, noted at Buzz Flash and posted at politicalcortex, elicits emotions of 'kaput' and 'ersatz' experienced between 1st & 2nd WWs.
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LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa denied Thursday a recent report on a local blog that said his marriage to Corina Villaraigosa was "kaput" and that he and his wife had separated...
The only lesson here is that Kaizen only goes "kaput" when you take the focus away from trying to improve the system.
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."
Well, he didn't say "kaput" but the answer was just as bad.
"kaput" Monday afternoon when I started trying to update the video drivers.
Steele is kaput, and his indelicate references to his own problems e.g. wading into policy, his failed 72-hour GOTV program did more to hammer the nails into his coffin than anything any one of the contenders could have said.
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