• Definition for "antiquate"
    • to create outdated or conventional.
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  • Sentence for "antiquate"
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antiquate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to create outdated or conventional.
    • To antique.
    • to help make old, or outdated; to make traditional; to create old this kind of a degree on create of use; ergo, to make void, or abrogate.
    • to help make obsolete or antique.
    • To classic.
    • to create old, or outdated; to help make classic; which will make old in such a diploma on create useful; thus, to produce void, or abrogate.
  • verb:
    • resulting in to be old or outdated.
    • make obsolete or antique
    • give a classic look to
    • resulting in to be old or obsolete.
    • make obsolete or conventional
    • give an antique look to
  • others:
    • to help make old or outdated; make old and useless by substituting something newer and much better.
    • Same as antiquated, p. a.
    • to produce old or obsolete; make old and useless by replacing one thing newer and much better.
    • Same as antiquated, p. a.
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