Decrepit vs Rundown - What's the difference?

decrepit | rundown |


As a verb decrepit

is .

As a noun rundown is

a rough outline generally used in the definite, as the rundown .

As an adjective rundown is

.

decrepit

English

Alternative forms

* decrepid (obsolete)

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Weakened or worn out from age or wear
  • Derived terms

    * decrepitly * decrepitude

    Anagrams

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    rundown

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A rough outline. Generally used in the definite, as the rundown .
  • Could you give me the rundown on the new rules?
  • (baseball) A defensive play in which the runner is caught between two fielders, who steadily converge to tag the runner out.
  • Smith is caught in a rundown , but Jones will come around to score.
  • A Caribbean stew of fish (typically mackerel) with reduced coconut milk, yam, tomato, onion and seasonings.
  • Adjective

    (-)
  • Synonyms

    * bedraggled * broken-down * dilapidated * ramshackle * ruinous * tatterdemalion * tumbledown