outdate

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Etymology[edit]

out- +‎ date

Adjective[edit]

outdate (comparative more outdate, superlative most outdate)

  1. (Britain, rare) old-fashioned, out of date; outdated

Verb[edit]

outdate (third-person singular simple present outdates, present participle outdating, simple past and past participle outdated)

  1. To make obsolete or out of date
    This product outdates four hours after preparation.
    This outdates everything that has come before it.
    The bedroom is too "themey" and this outdates in no time.

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