kwarup​


means something has been fully consumed or it's dead e.g., the state of a product or service reaching a point of complete utilization such that normal access is cut off and temporarily terminated until it's renewed.

Example usage 1:
Person X: "Muchine mukaka here mufiriji?"
Person Y: "Mukaka kwarup hapachina."

Example usage 2:
Person A: "Kombiyuta haisi kupinda pa YouTube?"
Person B: "Wi-fi kwarup wotomboona hako ZBC."

P.S. Everything is now a subscription these days i.e., you will own nothing and be happy, innit?
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