rundown

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See also: run-down and run down

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rundown (plural rundowns)

  1. (chiefly with definite article "the") A rough outline of a topic or situation.
    Could you give me the rundown on the new rules?
  2. (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.
  3. A Caribbean stew of meat or fish (typically mackerel) with reduced coconut milk, yam, tomato, onion and seasonings.
  4. A reduction, e.g. of an activity, or in the size of something, such as a fleet.
    • 2020 May 20, “Fleet News: LNER sends more '91s' off-lease”, in Rail, page 22:
      The rundown of LNER's Class 91/Mk 4 fleet continues, with two more locomotives sent for store at Doncaster and a rake of coaches moving to Worksop,

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rundown (not comparable)

  1. Alternative form of run-down

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