broking

/ (ˈbrəʊkɪŋ) /

adjective

acting as a broker

noun

the business of a broker

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Word Origin for broking

C16: from obsolete verb broke; see broker
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Example sentences from the Web for broking

  • Tom's father is a broker, and Tom is by way of being a broker too, though I doubt if he is broking very much.

    The Major|Ralph Connor
  • So the broking, banking, and the general financing businesses are grouped closely round the Royal Exchange.

  • It is only for short intervals that the customers in broking offices can be busy.