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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishout-of-dateˌout-of-ˈdate ●○○ adjective  1 OLD-FASHIONEDif information is out-of-date, it is not recent and may no longer be correct syn outdated The information in the tourist guide is already out-of-date.see thesaurus at old-fashioned2 if something is out-of-date, it is no longer considered useful or effective, because something more modern exists syn outdated Their manufacturing methods are hopelessly out-of-date.3 an official document that is out-of-date cannot be used because the period of time for which it was effective has finishedinvalid an out-of-date passport
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out-of-dateIt needed too much spent on repairs, and the stock was old-fashioned and out-of-date.An immense pile of out-of-date articles will possibly obscure the purpose in view and deter the student from learning.His self-reproaches had been in pickle for a year, and the notion that they might be out-of-date escaped him.Books may also be withdrawn if their content becomes out-of-date even though they are still being used.This out-of-date remedy may be more dangerous than the plant poison.The Advertisers Annual lists an agency's accounts but these can go quickly out-of-date so check first.out-of-date theories on education
From Longman Business Dictionaryout-of-dateˌout-of-ˈdate adjective things that are out-of-date are old, and therefore cannot be used or are not correct, fashionable etccomplaints about out-of-date information used by credit bureausThese regulations are totally out-of-date in today’s worldwide marketplace.
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