Definition of 'out of date'
Example sentences containing 'out of date'
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And it isn't just superior, my program makes his out of date before it even goes on sale. BETTER THAN THIS (2002)She glanced at one of the newspapers on the desk, and saw it was months out of date. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE (2002)
It's five years out-of-date, but that doesn't matter to him. OFF THE CHART (2004)
Translations for 'out of date'
British English: out of date /aʊt ɒv deɪt/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is out of date is old-fashioned and no longer useful.
- American English: out-of-date
- Arabic: مُتَخَلِّفٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: fora da moda
- Chinese: 过时的
- Croatian: zastario
- Czech: zastaralý
- Danish: forældet
- Dutch: achterhaald
- European Spanish: desfasado
- Finnish: vanhentunut
- French: périmé
- German: veraltet
- Greek: ξεπερασμένος
- Italian: scaduto
- Japanese: 時代遅れの
- Korean: 구식인
- Norwegian: avleggs
- Polish: przeterminowany
- European Portuguese: fora de moda
- Romanian: învechit
- Russian: устаревший устаревшая
- Spanish: desfasado
- Swedish: gammalmodig
- Thai: ล้าสมัย
- Turkish: günü geçmiş
- Ukrainian: застарілий
- Vietnamese: lỗi thời
Definition of out of date from the Collins English Dictionary
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