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de·funct

 (dĭ-fŭngkt′)
adj.
Having ceased to exist or live: a defunct political organization.

[Latin dēfūnctus, past participle of dēfungī, to finish : dē-, de- + fungī, to perform.]

de·func′tive adj.
de·funct′ness n.

defunct

(dɪˈfʌŋkt)
adj
1. no longer living; dead or extinct
2. no longer operative or valid
[C16: from Latin dēfungī to discharge (one's obligations), die; see de-, function]
deˈfunctive adj
deˈfunctness n

de•funct

(dɪˈfʌŋkt)

adj.
1. no longer in effect or use: a defunct law.
2. no longer in existence; dead; extinct.
[1540–50; < Latin dēfunctus dead, past participle of dēfungī to bring to an end]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.defunct - no longer in force or use; inactive; "a defunct law"; "a defunct organization"
inoperative - not working or taking effect; "an inoperative law"
2.defunct - having ceased to exist or live; "the will of a defunct aunt"; "a defunct Indian tribe"
dead - no longer having or seeming to have or expecting to have life; "the nerve is dead"; "a dead pallor"; "he was marked as a dead man by the assassin"

defunct

adjective dead, extinct, gone, departed, expired, deceased, obsolete, bygone, nonexistent, not functioning, out of commission, inoperative the leader of the now defunct Social Democratic Party

defunct

adjective
2. No longer in use, force, or operation:
Translations

defunct

[dɪˈfʌŋkt] ADJ (frm)
1. [company, organization] → desaparecido, extinto; [idea] → caduco; [scheme] → paralizado, suspendido
2. (= deceased) → difunto

defunct

[dɪˈfʌŋkt] adj [organization] → défunt(e)

defunct

adj personverstorben; (fig) institution etceingegangen; ideauntergegangen; lawaußer Kraft

defunct

[dɪˈfʌŋkt] adj (company) → scomparso/a; (scheme) → morto/a e sepolto/a
References in classic literature ?
It was very simple: you discounted a statement ninety- seven per cent.
And so he inched her along up through terrors that had been discounted by training before she reached them, and therefore were not recognizable as terrors when she got to them.
Josette and Jacquelin, sure of results, endeavored to hide an inward satisfaction which allows it to be supposed that, as lovers, they had discounted the future.