broach broach  /b ˈroʊtʃ/


  1. (v) bring up a topic for discussion
  2. (n) a decorative pin worn by women



  • It was delicate to broach the subject of the payment of loan but he Nilofer had no option but to do so.


  1. YPSILANTI: American Broach gets tax break, to add 30 jobs

    YPSILANTI — To help local manufacturing company American Broach continue to expand and create jobs in the area, the Ypsilanti City Council unanimously approved a tax abatement for the company in the amount of $93,000 over the next few years.
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Ypsilanti Courier

  2. Scott Mooneyham: More places guns carried, more guns will be used

    RALEIGH — Proponents of further loosening gun laws in North Carolina almost always broach the subject with claims that the law needs to concentrate on the criminals, not the law-abiding citizen who dutifully follows gun registration rules.
    on June 27, 2013     Source: The Daily Advance

  3. Broach Sports Tours Offering 2014 Ryder Cup Discounts Until July 21

    Golf fans can get a $300 discount per person on all four of Broach's Ryder Cup travel packages, but intial Ryder Cup ticket deadline looms. (PRWeb June 21, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 21, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. Brad told Newsweek magazine: "I knew the part had to be played by someone with Mariane's strength and understanding of the world, but I didn't know how to broach the subject. It feels a little like Wolfowitz trying to get his girlfriend a job."
    on Jun 20, 2007 By: Brad Pitt Source:

  2. "I have read about his discipline in terms of the regime of diet and the intake of alcohol and that type of thing," Ferguson said. "These are things I had to broach myself when I came down here and he's right. He's 100 percent correct. His...
    on Feb 1, 2008 By: Sir Alex Ferguson Source: Guardian Unlimited

  3. "Cinema must be able to broach all subjects," French-Algerian director Rachid Bouchareb said in a statement about his film "Outside The Law", which is in the competition for the festival's top prize, the Palme d'Or.
    on May 13, 2010 By: Rachid Bouchareb Source: AFP

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