Definitions for datedˈdeɪ tɪd

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. dated(adj)

    marked by features of the immediate and usually discounted past

GCIDE

  1. dated(adj.)

    marked by features of the immediate and usually discounted past.

Wiktionary

  1. dated(Adjective)

    Marked with a date.

  2. dated(Adjective)

    Out of date.

  3. dated(Adjective)

    Anachronistic; being obviously inappropriate for its present context.

  4. dated(Adjective)

    No longer fashionable.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Dated

    of Date


Translations for dated

From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary

  • مؤرخArabic
  • старомоден, датиран, отживялBulgarian
  • zastaralýCzech
  • dyddiedigWelsh
  • ugyldig, dateret, udgået, anakronistisk, forældet, umoderneDanish
  • veraltet, datiert, altmodisch, unmordern, anachronistisch, unmodisch, aus der Zeit gefallenGerman
  • obsoleto, anticuado, pasado de moda, fechadoSpanish
  • aegunud, dateeritud, vanaEstonian
  • vanhahtava, päivättyFinnish
  • daté, démodéFrench
  • basi, usangIndonesian
  • датиран, застаренMacedonian
  • utgått, utdatert, datert, umoderne, foreldetNorwegian
  • antiquado, datado, obsoletoPortuguese
  • устаревший, анахронический, датировать, устарелый, анахроничный, старомодныйRussian
  • föråldrad, gammalmodigSwedish

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