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Obsolete by Mind Map: Obsolete

1. RO

1.1. 1. învechit 2. demodat 3. scos din uz 4. uzat 5. scos din circulaţie 6. arhaic 7. atrofiat 8. purtat 9. ros

2. Informal

2.1. old hat

2.2. out of ark

2.3. geriatric

2.4. prehistoric

3. Synonyms

3.1. out of date

3.2. outdated

3.3. old-fashioned

3.4. no longer in use

3.5. disused

3.6. superannuated

3.6.1. Meanings outdated or obsolete through age or new developments.

3.6.2. Examples "superannuated computing equipment" "the old terminus was converted into a goods station, a common fate for superannuated passenger stations"

3.6.3. Synonyms moribund Meanings Examples Synonyms (of a person) Synonyms (of a thing) Informal

3.6.4. Informal clapped out

3.7. outworn

3.8. antiquated

3.8.1. Examples "this antiquated central heating system" "antiquated attitudes"

3.8.2. Synonyms primitive medieval quaint old-fangled obsolescent

3.8.3. Informal as old as the hills creaky clunky

3.9. anachronistic

3.9.1. Meanings belonging to a period other than that being portrayed. belonging or appropriate to an earlier period, especially so as to seem conspicuously old-fashioned. conspicuously

3.9.2. Examples "'Titus' benefits from the effective use of anachronistic elements like cars and loudspeakers" "she is rebelling against the anachronistic morality of her parents"

3.9.3. RO 1. anacronic

3.10. antediluvian

3.10.1. Meanings of or belonging to the time before the biblical Flood. ridiculously old-fashioned.

3.10.2. Examples "gigantic bones of antediluvian animals" "they maintain antediluvian sex-role stereotypes"

3.10.3. Synonyms primeval primordial primal

3.10.4. RO 1. antediluvian 2. învechit 1. om cu idei învechite 2. om foarte bătrân

3.11. discarded

3.11.1. Meanings get rid of (someone or something) as no longer useful or desirable.

3.11.2. Examples "Hilary bundled up the clothes she had discarded" "his old suit had been discarded"

3.11.3. Synonyms dispose of throw away, reject, abandon, drop toss out jettison scrap dispense with cast aside/off repudiate relinquish have done with shed slough off shrug off throw on the scrapheap throw out get rid off

3.11.4. Informal chuck (away/out) fling away dump ditch axe bin junk get shut of get shot of trash

3.12. discontinued

3.12.1. Meanings (of a product) no longer available or produced.

3.12.2. Examples "discontinued fabrics"

3.12.3. RO 1. întrerupt

3.13. antique

3.14. archaic

3.15. ancient

3.16. fossilized

3.16.1. Meanings preserved to become a fossil archaic and incapable of change.

3.16.2. Examples "a fossilized bone" "a faltering economy and a fossilized political system"

3.16.3. RO folislizat

3.17. extinct

3.17.1. Meanings (of a species, family, or other larger group) having no living members. (of a volcano) not having erupted in recorded history. no longer alight. alight

3.17.2. Examples "trilobites and dinosaurs are extinct" "an extinct species" "the islands are the remains of extinct volcanoes" "his now extinct pipe"

3.17.3. Synonyms vanished, lost, dead, defunct, no longer existing, no longer extant, destroyed, exterminated, gone died out wiped out

3.18. defunct

3.18.1. Meanings no longer existing or functioning.

3.18.2. Examples "the now defunct Somerset & Dorset railway line" "the now defunct local paper mill" "his defunct parents"

3.18.3. Synonyms disused, no longer in use, unused, non-functioning, unusable, obsolete; no longer in existence, discontinued; extinct, fossilized inoperative

3.19. bygone

3.19.1. Meanings belonging to an earlier time. a thing dating from an earlier time.

3.19.2. Examples "relics of a bygone age" "the museum consists of a fascinating collection of rural bygones"

3.19.3. Synonyms past, former, earlier, one-time, long-ago, previous, forgotten, lost, finished, completed, ancient, antiquated, obsolete, departed, dead, extinct, defunct, out of date, passé; gone by of old outmoded

3.19.4. RO 1. trecut 2. apus 1. din trecut

3.20. out of fashion

3.21. out

3.22. behind the times

3.23. démodé

3.23.1. = out of fashion.

3.24. passé

3.24.1. Meaning no longer fashionable; out of date.

3.24.2. Example "minis are passé—the best skirts are knee-length"

4. Examples

4.1. "the disposal of old and obsolete machinery"

4.2. we're trying to stimulate the business by obsoleting last year's designs"

5. Meanings

5.1. no longer produced or used; out of date.

5.2. cause (a product or idea) to become obsolete by replacing it with something new.