Dilapidated is a related term of destructive.
As adjectives the difference between dilapidated and destructive
is that dilapidated
is having fallen into a state of disrepair or deterioration, especially through neglect while destructive
is causing destruction; damaging.
As a verb dilapidated
Having fallen into a state of disrepair or deterioration, especially through neglect
* beat up
* beaten up
Causing destruction; damaging.
, date=February 14
, author=Scott Tobias
, title=Film: Reviews: A Good Day To Die Hard
, work=The Onion AV Club
, passage=After rescuing his estranged daughter in the last film, Live Free Or Die Hard, Willis heads to Russia to rescue his estranged son (Jai Courtney), a CIA agent on a mission to protect a whistleblower (Sebastian Koch) from a corrupt government official (Sergei Kolesnikov) with no shortage of destructive
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Causing breakdown or disassembly.
- Catabolism is a destructive metabolism which involves the break down of molecules and release of energy.