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Spanish translation of “antique”

antique

adjective /ӕnˈtiːk/
old and usually valuable
antiguo
an antique chair.
old or old-fashioned
anticuado
That car is positively antique.
(of a shop etc) dealing in antiques
de antigüedades
an antique business.
antiquated /ˈӕntikweitid/ adjective old or out of fashion
anticuado, pasado de moda
an antiquated tape recorder.
antiquity /ӕnˈtikwəti/ noun ancient times, especially those of the ancient Greeks and Romans
antigüedad
the gods and heroes of antiquity.
great age
antigüedad
a statue of great antiquity.
(plural antiquities) something remaining from ancient times (eg a statue, a vase)
antigüedad
Roman antiquities.
(Definition of antique from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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