dilapidate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To bring or fall into circumstances of partial spoil, decay, or disrepair.
    • Archaic To squander; waste.
    • to create into a condition of decay or limited spoil, by abuse or through neglect; to destroy the equity and good shape of; -- said of a building.
    • To impair by waste and abuse; to squander.
    • to create or belong to a situation of limited harm, decay, or disrepair.
    • Archaic To squander; waste.
    • To bring into a disorder of decay or limited harm, by misuse or through neglect; to destroy the fairness and good shape of; -- stated of a building.
    • To impair by waste and punishment; to squander.
  • verb:
    • To fall into spoil or disuse.
    • resulting in in order to become destroyed or placed into disrepair.
    • To squander or waste.
    • fall under decay or ruin
    • bring into an ailment of decay or partial damage by neglect or abuse
    • to-fall into ruin or disuse.
    • resulting in in order to become ruined or put in disrepair.
    • To squander or waste.
    • end up in decay or ruin
    • bring into a disorder of decay or partial spoil by neglect or misuse
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to leave of fix; to fall into partial harm; in order to become decayed.
    • to leave of fix; to fall into partial harm; to be decayed.
  • others:
    • to create into a ruinous condition; impair or lower to a situation of harm; especially, to destroy by abuse or neglect.
    • To waste; squander
    • to offer the appearance of dilapidation to.
    • to-fall into partial or complete spoil; autumn by decay.
    • to carry into a ruinous problem; impair or decrease to a situation of harm; specially, to destroy by abuse or neglect.
    • To waste; squander
    • to provide the appearance of dilapidation to.
    • to-fall into partial or complete damage; fall by decay.

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