Definition of outdated in English:

outdated

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Pronunciation: /aʊtˈdeɪtɪd
 
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adjective

Out of date; obsolete: outdated equipment
More example sentences
  • So here we stand, out in the pasture in very much the same way as the outdated and obsolete horse.
  • It was rundown, with outdated equipment and a half-empty order book.
  • Yet the easiest way to describe it is as a pop album recorded on hopelessly outdated equipment.
Synonyms
old-fashioned, out of date, outmoded, out of fashion, unfashionable, out of style, dated, out, outworn, old, former, musty, old-time, old-world, behind the times, behindhand, past, bygone, archaic, obsolescent, obsolete, ancient, antiquated, superannuated, defunct, medieval, prehistoric, antediluvian, old-fogeyish, old-fangled, backward-looking, quaint, anachronistic, crusted, feudal, fusty, moth-eaten, olde worlde;
informal old hat, square, not with it, out of the ark, creaky, mouldy
North American informal horse-and-buggy, clunky, rinky-dink, mossy
archaic square-toed

Derivatives

outdate

verb
More example sentences
  • When so defined, the source cannot differ from the sum of sink activities, largely outdating the source- or sink-limitation concepts.
  • It is completely different and neither one outdates or outperforms the other.
  • Hair root microsurgery is a state of the art method that outdates older techniques.

outdatedness

noun
More example sentences
  • Then there are songs that simply explode with outdatedness.
  • Identifying California with the future, their novels predict their own outdatedness; they become boats against the current, condemned to search for living tradition in the vaults and graveyards of the British past.
  • Given the wealth of new insights that economic historians of the region have offered over the past ten years, this suggests a volume that teeters on the verge of outdatedness at publication.

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