to cause to malfunction, especially computer hardware or software: Installing updates in the wrong order will bork all of your saved games.The fonts are borked when the site is accessed from a mobile device.
to mess up, ruin, break, botch, etc.: He said all of the wrong things during his interview and completely borked his chances of being invited back.Of course I borked my leg on the first day of our ski trip.
Other definitions for bork (2 of 2)
to attack (a candidate or public figure) systematically, especially in the media.
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How to use bork in a sentence
[M]ost fail to mention that antitrust, the law of competitive marketplaces, is the first area where bork left his mark.
And bork would never have thought that anyone owed him a word of thanks.
bork did not meet these ordinary American consumers or businesses.
Diana Furchtgott-Roth recounts the ways Robert bork contributed to our society, especially his contribution to anti-trust law.
According to bork, Richardson agreed to do so but he never did.
So bork and Thorkel both ran forward and were quicker than Thorgeir.The story of Burnt Njal | Anonymous
Mohammed was believed to make his journeys between heaven and earth upon a creature, which some say was a camel, named Al-bork.English Narrative Poems | Various
bork snapped the side of the egg open and stepped out while the others followed.
"Hatching is probably always horrible from inside the shell," bork answered.
bork drew a set of phials and implements in miniature size from under his robe.