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unfashionable

adjective uk   /ʌnˈfæʃ.ən.ə.bl̩/ us  
B2 not modern or popular: They paid less for the house because it was in an unfashionable part of town.
Translations of “unfashionable”
in Spanish pasado de moda, antiguo…
in Korean 인기가 없는…
in Arabic قَديم الطِّراز…
in Portuguese fora de moda…
in Catalan passat de moda…
in Japanese 流行遅れの…
in Italian fuori moda…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不時髦的,不流行的,過時的…
in Russian немодный…
in Turkish modası geçmiş, eski moda, demode…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不时髦的,不流行的,过时的…
in Polish niemodny…
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