English translation of 'antiquado'
antiquadoantiquada [ãtʃiˈkwadu, a]
2. (fora de moda) out of date, old-fashioned
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'antiquado' in Other Languages
British English: old-fashioned /ˈəʊldˈfæʃənd/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is old-fashioned is no longer used, done, or believed by most people, because it has been replaced by something that is more modern.
The house was old-fashioned and in bad condition.
- American English: old-fashioned
- Arabic: مِنَ الْطُرَازِ الْقَدِيـمِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: antiquado
- Chinese: 过时的
- Croatian: staromodan
- Czech: staromódní
- Danish: gammeldags
- Dutch: ouderwets
- European Spanish: anticuado
- Finnish: vanhanaikainen
- French: vieux jeu
- German: altmodisch
- Greek: παλιομοδίτικος
- Italian: antiquato
- Japanese: 時代遅れの
- Korean: 구식의
- Norwegian: gammeldags
- Polish: staromodny
- European Portuguese: antiquado
- Romanian: demodat
- Russian: старомодный
- Spanish: anticuado
- Swedish: gammalmodig
- Thai: สมัยเก่า
- Turkish: eski moda
- Ukrainian: старомодний
- Vietnamese: lỗi thời
British English: antiquated ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as antiquated, you are criticizing it because it is very old or old-fashioned.
Many factories are so antiquated they are not worth saving.
British English: dated ADJECTIVE
Dated things seem old-fashioned, although they may once have been fashionable or modern.
...people in dated dinner-jackets.
British English: outdated ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as outdated, you mean that you think it is old-fashioned and no longer useful or relevant to modern life.
...outdated and inefficient factories.
Translation of antiquado from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary