outdate


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out·date

 (out-dāt′)
tr.v. out·dat·ed, out·dat·ing, out·dates
To replace or make obsolete or old-fashioned.

outdate

(ˌaʊtˈdeɪt)
vb
(tr) (of something new) to cause (something else) to become old-fashioned or obsolete

outdate


Past participle: outdated
Gerund: outdating

Imperative
outdate
outdate
Present
I outdate
you outdate
he/she/it outdates
we outdate
you outdate
they outdate
Preterite
I outdated
you outdated
he/she/it outdated
we outdated
you outdated
they outdated
Present Continuous
I am outdating
you are outdating
he/she/it is outdating
we are outdating
you are outdating
they are outdating
Present Perfect
I have outdated
you have outdated
he/she/it has outdated
we have outdated
you have outdated
they have outdated
Past Continuous
I was outdating
you were outdating
he/she/it was outdating
we were outdating
you were outdating
they were outdating
Past Perfect
I had outdated
you had outdated
he/she/it had outdated
we had outdated
you had outdated
they had outdated
Future
I will outdate
you will outdate
he/she/it will outdate
we will outdate
you will outdate
they will outdate
Future Perfect
I will have outdated
you will have outdated
he/she/it will have outdated
we will have outdated
you will have outdated
they will have outdated
Future Continuous
I will be outdating
you will be outdating
he/she/it will be outdating
we will be outdating
you will be outdating
they will be outdating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outdating
you have been outdating
he/she/it has been outdating
we have been outdating
you have been outdating
they have been outdating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outdating
you will have been outdating
he/she/it will have been outdating
we will have been outdating
you will have been outdating
they will have been outdating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outdating
you had been outdating
he/she/it had been outdating
we had been outdating
you had been outdating
they had been outdating
Conditional
I would outdate
you would outdate
he/she/it would outdate
we would outdate
you would outdate
they would outdate
Past Conditional
I would have outdated
you would have outdated
he/she/it would have outdated
we would have outdated
you would have outdated
they would have outdated
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outdate

verb
To make or become obsolete:
References in periodicals archive ?
With so many units coming in at one time, a significant number of them would outdate on the same day.
Food an Drug Administration approval for outdate extension takes months or even years following the submission of reams of quality control data.
It's not unusual for a laboratory to order a six-month supply of reagents only to find out that the shipment that's delivered carries a three-month outdate.
Needless to say, a large amount of reagent can outdate before an entire case is used.
Meanwhile, the clock ticks, and the outdate approaches.
But innovative packaging and the manufacturer's quality control often extend a product's stability long past the initially assigned outdate.