Definition Of rundown
(especially of a building or area) in a poor or neglected state after having been prosperous.
a run-down, vandalized inner-city area
a reduction in the productivity or activities of a company or institution.
a rundown in the business would be a devastating blow to the local economy
an analysis or summary of something by a knowledgeable person.
he gave his teammates a rundown on the opposition
an attempt by two or more fielders to tag out a base runner who is trapped between two bases.
he was caught in a rundown and tagged out by the shortstop
tired and somewhat unwell, especially through overwork.
feeling tired and generally run-down
Example Of rundown
A Tafe marine lecturer ave the interested visitors a rundown on the crayfish industry such as the best spot to catch crayfish and how crayfish cost.
Britain is recruiting far and wide to prop up its rundown national health system, from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, China, and the Philippines.
Deptford has won £12m to improve a rundown health centre, through a new Public Private Partnership.
Every kind of business, from rundown corner markets to the Gucci storefront on South Peters Street, has been looted.
Film producers were the first to notice the rundown part of the city.