from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To replace or make obsolete or old-fashioned.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. old-fashioned, out of date; outdated
- v. To make obsolete or out of date
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make out of date or obsolete: put behind the time or out of fashion.
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But until newer global technologies outdate the phrase, everyone will at least know what you mean by compact disc.
The repression of women has tribal roots that far outdate the Taliban ideology, particularly in rural Afghanistan.
If all this sounds like outdate tradecraft, there's a reason.
Who would have thought "Imaginative Realism" could outdate this fast?
Omar Abdullah in his capacity as Chairman of the Board approved renovation of redundant and outdate power project which are considered vital power production units of the State.
I find it strange that you got upset about the use of English on the sticker, rather than the fact that it is advertising the existence of a wholly outdate closed shop.
So, if we set an outdate, which has been rumored that the president will say we're going to get out of there by 2013, it's going to be President Karzai and the Afghan government saying, "We're ready," just like the government has said in Iraq, "and it's time for you folks to leave."
And those people, they don't have an outdate either.
Why deal with that when your old clunky outdate site worked just fine.
Such a decision would send shockwaves through the scientific community, instantly outdate textbooks, and cause educators to re-teach the basics of our solar system.