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adverb, preposition (NOT FASHIONABLE) 不流行的     /aʊt/ informal
no longer fashionable or popular 不再流行的(地);不再時髦的(地);過時的(地) Every month the magazine lists what's out and what's in (= fashionable). 每個月這份雜誌都會列出甚麼過時及甚麼流行。 Trousers like that went out (= stopped being fashionable) in the 70s. 像那樣的褲子在70年代就過時了。 Old or old-fashionedThe elderly
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