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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.
Translations of “antique”
in Korean 옛날의…
in Arabic تُحْفة…
in Portuguese antigo…
in French ancien, antique, d’antiquités…
in German antik, Antiquitäten……
in Catalan antic, d’època…
in Japanese 骨董の, 古器の…
in Italian antico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 古玩的,古董的,從事古董買賣的, 古物, 古器…
in Chinese (Simplified) 古玩的,古董的, 古物, 古器…
(Definition of antique from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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