antiqued


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an·tique

 (ăn-tēk′)
adj.
1. Belonging to, made in, or typical of an earlier period: antique furniture. See Synonyms at old.
2. Of or belonging to ancient times, especially of, from, or characteristic of ancient Greece or Rome.
3.
a. Relating to or dealing in antiques.
b. Having the appearance of an antique.
4. Old-fashioned; outdated: wore a suit of rather antique appearance.
n.
1. An object having special value because of its age, especially a domestic item or piece of furniture or handicraft esteemed for its artistry, beauty, or period of origin.
2. The style or manner of ancient times, especially that of ancient Greek or Roman art: an admirer of the antique.
v. an·tiqued, an·tiqu·ing, an·tiques
v.tr.
To give the appearance of an antique to: antiqued an oak chest.
v.intr.
To hunt or shop for antiques.

[French, from Latin antīquus; see ant- in Indo-European roots.]

an·tique′ly adv.
an·tique′ness n.

antiqued

(ænˈtiːkt)
adj
(Antiques) made to appear antique
Translations

antiqued

[ænˈtiːkt] ADJ [furniture] → envejecido

antiqued

[ænˈtiːkt] adjà l'ancienneantique dealer nantiquaire mfantiques fair nsalon m de l'antiquaireantique shop antiques shop nmagasin m d'antiquités

antiqued

adjauf antik gemacht