Definition of 'defunct'
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Because companies have limited liability, the staff and owners of a defunct company cannot legally be held to account for their past conduct. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Museums are dead, defunct, past things. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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British English: defunct ADJECTIVE
If something is defunct, it no longer exists or has stopped functioning or operating.
...the leader of the now defunct Social Democratic Party.
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