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antiquate (v.)

"make old or obsolete," 1590s, from Latin antiquatus, past participle of antiquare "restore to its ancient condition," in Late Latin "make old," from antiquus "ancient, of olden times; aged, venerable; old-fashioned" (see antique (adj.)). Related: Antiquated; antiquating.

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Definitions of antiquate

antiquate (v.)
make obsolete or old-fashioned;
antiquate (v.)
give an antique appearance to;
Synonyms: antique
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