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  1. ruin

    • IPA[ˈro͞oin]

    美式

    • n.
      the physical destruction or disintegration of something or the state of disintegrating or being destroyed;the remains of a building, typically an old one, that has suffered much damage or disintegration
    • v.
      reduce (a building or place) to a state of decay, collapse, or disintegration;cause great and usually irreparable damage or harm to; have a disastrous effect on
    • verb: ruin, 3rd person present: ruins, gerund or present participle: ruining, past tense: ruined, past participle: ruined

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    名詞

    • 1. the physical destruction or disintegration of something or the state of disintegrating or being destroyed a large white house falling into gentle ruin
    • the remains of a building, typically an old one, that has suffered much damage or disintegration the ruins of the castle the church is a ruin now
    • the disastrous disintegration of someone's life the ruin and heartbreak wrought by alcohol, divorce, and violence
    • the cause of the disintegration of a person's life or loss of their assets they don't know how to say no, and that's been their ruin
    • the complete loss of one's money and other assets the financial cost could mean ruin

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