obsolete
[ɔbsəli:t]

adjective

[Definition]: belong to the past

[Example Sentences]:
1. Neither application had been available for use recently, so Microsoft is removing the obsolete code.
2. They knew their obsolete IT infrastructure made them more vulnerable to hackers.
3. Another factor to bear in mind is how obsolete iPads will become.
4. We asked people to make themselves obsolete, Griffin said of his staff.
5. Areas where entire classes of jobs start to become obsolete could also become very unsafe.
6. Computer memory sticks and thumb drives are becoming obsolete as the online storage wars heat up.
7. This in turn means fixing obsolete management practices.
8. Most are trades, because technology becomes obsolete so quickly.
9. Consumer electronics, however, can be obsolete in a matter of a few years.


[Antonyms]fashionable, modern, current
endmemo.com © 2020  Terms of Use | Home