antiquation

antiquate

[an-ti-kweyt]
verb (used with object), antiquated, antiquating.
1.
to make obsolete, old-fashioned, or out of date by replacing with something newer or better: This latest device will antiquate the ice-cube tray.
2.
to design or create in an antique style; cause to appear antique.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English antiquat old < Medieval Latin antīquātus old, ancient, past participle of antiquāre to put in an earlier state, verbal derivative of Latin antīquus; see antique

antiquation, noun
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antiquate (ˈæntɪˌkweɪt)
 
vb
1.  to make obsolete or old-fashioned
2.  to give an old or antique appearance to
 
[C15: from Latin antīquāre to make old, from antīquus ancient]

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