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But let me offer you an unfashionable set of views. Times, Sunday Times (2012)When and why did the melodrama become so unfashionable? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Political economy has become a slightly unfashionable term. Times, Sunday Times (2011)In the past few years the name has become deeply unfashionable. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The stiff upper lip became deeply unfashionable. The Sun (2016)How can these deeply unfashionable assertions be true? Times, Sunday Times (2015)All are deeply unfashionable and pay low or no dividends. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Such views now appear unfashionable both in Russia and in its church. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It may be an increasingly unfashionable view, but the roles should not be so blurred. Times, Sunday Times (2015)His views were deeply unfashionable in 1928 and they are unfashionable still. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Early on she realised she had to expand outside investment trusts, which were deeply unfashionable. Times, Sunday Times (2006)In that they are deeply unfashionable, have been around for ages and rarely pick up any rave reviews. The Sun (2015)But thrift has become unfashionable. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He played up to having won some credibility after decades of being deeply unfashionable within the music industry by acquiring a more contemporary look on stage. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Amid all this optimism, it has become deeply unfashionable to talk about some of the less favourable trends on the continent. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Apart from that, the writing has a deeply unfashionable warmth, humanity and sincerity. Times, Sunday Times (2011)As long as there is reasonable underlying demand, then if a business is deeply unfashionable, all the better. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Perhaps this explains why silk, deeply unfashionable in carpets for more than a decade, has enjoyed an unexpected revival. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Sometimes players from so-called unfashionable clubs can struggle with the change of style, but our players are used to it. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The idea that the mentally ill might, in some circumstances, actually prefer to be with each other is now deeply unfashionable. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The book covers some strong ground and kind of calling people back to an unapologetic, unfashionable view of life, church and ministry. Christianity Today (2000)

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British English: unfashionable /ʌnˈfæʃənəbl/ ADJECTIVE
If something is unfashionable, it is not approved of or done by most people.
Wearing fur became deeply unfashionable.
  • American English: unfashionable
  • Arabic: غَيْرُ مُنَاسِبٍ للِمُوضَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: fora da moda
  • Chinese: 不流行的
  • Croatian: nemoderan
  • Czech: nemoderní
  • Danish: umoderne
  • Dutch: niet modieus
  • European Spanish: pasado de moda
  • Finnish: epämuodikas
  • French: démodé
  • German: unmodern
  • Greek: ντεμοντέ
  • Italian: fuori moda
  • Japanese: はやらない
  • Korean: 유행에 뒤떨어진
  • Norwegian: umoderne
  • Polish: niemodny
  • European Portuguese: fora de moda
  • Romanian: demodat
  • Russian: немодный
  • Spanish: pasado de moda
  • Swedish: omodern
  • Thai: ไม่ทันสมัย
  • Turkish: modaya uymayan
  • Ukrainian: немодний
  • Vietnamese: không hợp thời trang

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