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ru·in

(ro͞o′ĭn)
n.
1. often ruins
a. The state of being physically destroyed, collapsed, or decayed: The castle fell into ruin.
b. The state of being extensively harmed or damaged: Our vacation plans are in ruins.
c. Poverty of bankruptcy: Their decision brought the bank to ruin.
2.
a. often ruins A destroyed, collapsed, or decayed building or other physical entity: the ruins of the old mill.
b. One that has been extensively damaged or harmed: He is a ruin of his former self.
3. A cause of destruction or irreparable harm or loss: Gambling will be his ruin.
tr.v. ru·ined, ru·in·ing, ru·ins
1. To cause (a building, for example) to be in a destroyed, collapsed, or decayed state.
2.
a. To harm or damage the quality or value of (something) irreparably: A bad diet ruined his health.
b. To harm or damage the enjoyment or experience of (something) greatly: ruined the movie by talking throughout it; ruined the book by giving away the ending.
3. To reduce to poverty or bankruptcy: Bad loans ruined the banker.

[Middle English ruine, from Old French, from Latin ruīna, from ruere, to rush, collapse.]

ru′in·a·ble adj.
ru′in·er n.

ruined

(ˈruːɪnd)
adj
destroyed or decayed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.ruined - destroyed physically or morally
lost - spiritually or physically doomed or destroyed; "lost souls"; "a lost generation"; "a lost ship"; "the lost platoon"
2.ruined - doomed to extinctionruined - doomed to extinction      
unsuccessful - not successful; having failed or having an unfavorable outcome
3.ruined - brought to ruin; "after the revolution the aristocracy was finished"; "the unsuccessful run for office left him ruined politically and economically"
destroyed - spoiled or ruined or demolished; "war left many cities destroyed"; "Alzheimer's is responsible for her destroyed mind"

ruined

Translations
rozpadlýzničenýzřícený
forfalden
elpusztult
eyîilagîursem er í niîurníîslu
rozpadnutýzrútený
berbat olmuşharapviran

ruined

[ˈruːɪnd] ADJ [building] → en ruinas; [reputation, career, life] → arruinado; [hopes] → defraudado; [plans] → frustrado

ruined

[ˈruːɪnd] adj [building] → en ruine

ruined

adj
buildingin Ruinen pred, → zerfallen; cityin Ruinen pred; he visited ruined Warsawer besuchte das zerstörte or das in Ruinen liegende Warschau
(= wrecked) economyzugrunde or zu Grunde gerichtet, ruiniert; careerruiniert
(financially) → ruiniert, erledigt

ruined

[ˈruːɪnd] adj (person) → rovinato/a; (castle) → in rovina

ruin

(ˈruːin) noun
1. a broken, collapsed or decayed state. the ruin of a city.
2. a cause of collapse, decay etc. Drink was his ruin.
3. financial disaster; complete loss of money. The company is facing ruin.
verb
1. to cause ruin to. The scandal ruined his career.
2. to spoil; to treat too indulgently. You are ruining that child!
ˌruiˈnation noun
ˈruined adjective
1. collapsed; decayed. ruined houses.
2. completely spoiled. My dress is ruined!
ˈruins noun plural
collapsed and decayed buildings. the ruins of the castle.
in ruins
in a ruined state. The town lay in ruins.