Meaning of UNCARED-FOR in English

|ən|ka(a)]rdˌfȯ(ə)r, -ke], ]ədˌfȯ(ə)\ adjective

Etymology: un- (I) + cared for, past participle form of the phrase care for

1. : not cared for : unheeded

the uncared-for and undisciplined life of the medieval student — G.M.Trevelyan

2. : run-down

an uncared-for look has begun to pervade the residential areas — Faubion Bowers

Webster's New International English Dictionary.      Новый международный словарь английского языка Webster.