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Verb: broach  browch
  1. Bring up a topic for discussion
    - initiate
  2. Make an opening into (a container, bottle, etc)
    "once broached, the bottle has a full six month shelf life"
  3. (sailing) lose control by becoming turned sideways to oncoming waves; become submerged by waves or water
    "Other than sinking, broaching can create one of sailing's most hair-raising moments"
Noun: broach  browch
  1. A sharp tool for making or enlarging holes
  2. [non-standard] Alternative spelling of brooch

Sounds like: brooch

Derived forms: broached, broaches, broaching

Type of: discuss, hash out, talk over

Encyclopedia: Broach, James