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ruin

noun
 
 
/ˈruːɪn/
DESTRUCTION [U] the destruction of something
enkaz, harabe
Fonthill Abbey fell into ruin 10 years after it was built.Destroying and demolishingDamaging and spoiling
BROKEN BUILDING [C] B1 the broken parts that are left from an old building or town
tarihî kalıntı, ören yeri
Thousand of tourists wander around these ancient ruins every year.In bad condition
LOSING EVERYTHING [U] when someone loses everything such as all their money or their job
iflas, mahvolma, her şeyini kaybetme, yıkım
The collapse of the bank has left many people in financial ruin.In bad condition
be/lie in ruins to be in a very bad state
harap/viran olmak; mahvolmak
The war left one million people dead and the country in ruins.Destroying and demolishingDamaging and spoiling
(Definition of ruin noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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