Meaning of outdated in English:


Pronunciation /aʊtˈdeɪtɪd/

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  • Out of date; obsolete.

    ‘outdated equipment’
    • ‘So here we stand, out in the pasture in very much the same way as the outdated and obsolete horse.’
    • ‘It was rundown, with outdated equipment and a half-empty order book.’
    • ‘Yet the easiest way to describe it is as a pop album recorded on hopelessly outdated equipment.’
    • ‘It's antiquated and outdated, more of a reminder of a bygone era in college football.’
    • ‘Old and outdated equipment is also a factor in the decision to retrench.’
    • ‘This is no longer a temptation for us, and so we leave behind this outdated moral teaching.’
    • ‘It amazes me that many people do not realize this and still cling to the outdated relics of the past.’
    • ‘If we are to mature as a society as well as a nation, then we should put outdated prejudices behind us, stop the silly jokes, and grow up.’
    • ‘You emphasize that some of those magazines from the past are strangely not outdated.’
    • ‘November 24 will signal the end of the outdated licensing system, which dates back to the First World War.’
    • ‘Take away the outdated reasoning, and what you have is an old-fashioned cartel.’
    • ‘Yet France and Germany, with the UK and Italy not far behind, say such criticism is outdated.’
    • ‘Traditional degree classifications could become a thing of the past after a new report declared them outdated.’
    • ‘Maybe there's an outdated city law that needs to be amended, starting with a petition.’
    • ‘If approval isn't granted in September, the application may die due to outdated financial data.’
    • ‘The understanding that only through good examination results can one succeed has long been outdated.’
    • ‘Rather than this being understood as outdated elitism, or arrogance, this can be read more subtly.’
    • ‘The new rules will remove outdated references to penal servitude and imprisonment with hard labour.’
    • ‘We need to reduce our dependence on a centralized, outdated and overstressed electrical grid.’
    • ‘These studies point to flaws in student assistance in this province, which is at best an outdated system.’
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