a building, road, etc. that is in a state ofdisrepair has not been taken care of and is broken or in bad condition
n.poor shapebad conditiondisordershabbiness
Having fallen into a state of disrepair or deterioration, as through neglect; broken-down and shabby.
The aqueducts which had supplied the city with water for more than 1000 years were allowed to become obstructed and fall into disrepair.
The old hotel, which is unfortunately in a state of total disrepair, must be torn down in order to renovate the site.
Is any portion of the property to be insured in a state of disrepair or poor condition?
After the British gave up the concession, the complex was used by Chinese bureaucrats but it fell into disrepair after being abandoned.
Most of the stadiums put up in Delhi for last autumn"s Commonwealth Games have already fallen into disrepair.
The city features dazzling pyramids but is also seen to be in a great state of disrepair.
Cost and technical difficulties aside, the system is simply too valuable to let it fall into complete disrepair.
While important, they seem to become stale quickly, fall into disrepair or disuse, and are discarded.
Desks, chairs, credenzas, file cabinets, etc. when in a state of disrepair can cause injury or discomfort.