become obsolescent

become obsolescent
wychodzić z użycia

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  • obsolescent — /ɒbsəˈlɛsənt / (say obsuh lesuhnt) adjective 1. becoming obsolete; passing out of use, as a word. 2. tending to become out of date, as machinery, weapons, etc. 3. Biology gradually disappearing, or imperfectly developed, as organs, marks, etc.… …  

  • Obsolesce — Ob so*lesce , v. i. [L. obsolescere. See {Obsolescent}.] To become obsolescent. [R.] Fitzed. Hall. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • obsolesce — verb ( lesced; lescing) Etymology: Latin obsolescere Date: 1873 intransitive verb to be or become obsolescent transitive verb to make obsolescent …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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