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Past participle for to lose control of one's emotions
“He tried to keep calm, not wanting to lose control and break down in front of the man who was challenging him.”
Past participle for to stop functioning
“My computer would break down after I spilled coffee on it.”
Past participle for to overcome
“We lost because the other team was able to break down our game plan.”
Past participle for to analyze
“You should break down and reverse-engineer his code to figure out what he was trying to do.”
Past participle for to arrange or assign according to type
“Let's break down this report into its separate components.”
Past participle for to go through decomposition
“The beef would begin to break down after I had left it on the counter for several hours in the heat.”
Past participle for to fail or come to nothing
“Within weeks, however, the agreement began to break down and before long violence had reached an unparalleled intensity.”
Past participle for to take apart
Break down this old car so we can sell its pieces as spare parts.”
Past participle for to cause to break with force
“Firefighters proceeded to break down the wall to rescue those trapped in the building.”
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Sick
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Lacking upkeep, usually of buildings or vehicles
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Not being in working order
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Spoiled
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Not in good health
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No longer capable, effective or needed
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Damaged or shabby to the point of being no longer usable
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Affected by physical or mental illness
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Not working or taking effect
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Brought or having come to an end
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(especially of a place) Poor in quality and appearance
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Worn out or ruined because of age or neglect
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Having fallen into a state of disrepair or deterioration, especially through neglect
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Unsound, broken-down
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Dirty, untidy, and in bad condition
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Not working
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Shabby and squalid
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Not available for use
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Damaged and shabby as a result of much use
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Worn out or damaged by overuse
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Physically broken or no longer functioning
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Temporarily unable to work or function
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Bad or useless
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(colloquial) Physically weak
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Poorly maintained
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Worn-out and broken-down
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Outdated or obsolete through age or new developments
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Facing certain defeat, disaster, or death
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In a state of complete disorder or disintegration
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Used or heard so often as to be dull
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Not firm
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Showing signs of advanced wear and tear and neglect
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Covered with or consisting of scrub
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Made incapable of use or action
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Of inferior quality, cheap
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Restricted from taking action
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Gloomy and drab
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Badly made or done
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Showing poor taste and quality
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Showing signs of advanced wear and tear and neglect
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Having a fault
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Showing signs of advanced wear and tear and neglect
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Usually refers to a mechanical or electrical device
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Having a fault
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Physically ill or weakened
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Constructed a long time ago
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Exhausted or in need of rest or sleep
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