out of date

out-of-date

[out-uhv-deyt]
adjective
gone out of style or fashion; outmoded; obsolete: out-of-date fashions; out-of-date ideas.

Origin:
1620–30

out-of-dateness, noun
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out of date
 
adj, —adv
no longer valid, current, or fashionable; outmoded

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Idioms & Phrases

out of date

  1. Too old to be used, past the point of expiration, as in This milk is out of date. [Early 1600s]

  2. Old-fashioned, no longer in style, as in Dean has three suits but they're all out of date. [Early 1800s]

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