ringard

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  • IPA(key): /ʁɛ̃.ɡaʁ/
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ringard (feminine singular ringarde, masculine plural ringards, feminine plural ringardes)

  1. outdated, old-fashioned, passé, behind the times
  2. (colloquial) cheesy, square
  3. (colloquial) crummy (low quality)

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