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Meaning of “archaic” - Learner’s Dictionary

archaic

adjective     /ɑːˈkeɪɪk/
very old and often not suitable for today: an archaic lawOld or old-fashionedThe elderly
Translations of “archaic”
in Arabic عَتيق…
in Korean 구식의…
in Malaysian kuno…
in Turkish çok eski, güncel olmayan, geçerli olmayan…
in Italian arcaico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 古老的,古代的, 原始的…
in Russian устарелый…
in Polish archaiczny…
in Vietnamese cổ…
in Spanish Arcaico…
in Portuguese arcaico…
in Thai โบราณ, ล้าสมัย…
in Catalan arcaic…
in Japanese 時代遅れの, 旧式の…
in Indonesian kuno…
in Chinese (Simplified) 古老的,古代的, 原始的…
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