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no longer modern or fashionable
old-fashioned, simple, and without modern features or comforts
no longer used because of being replaced by something newer and more effective
old-fashioned in a way that you admire
an old-world quality or place is old-fashioned in a pleasant and attractive way
low-tech equipment is simple and usually old-fashioned
used about something that is very old-fashioned and needs to be changed
used for saying that something is no longer fashionable
British used about a car or machine that looks old-fashioned or does not work as well as it used to
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employment
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