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out·worn

 (out-wôrn′)
v.
Past participle of outwear.
adj.
No longer acceptable, usable, or practical: an outworn penal code; outworn clothes.
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outworn

(ˈaʊtwɔːn; ˌaʊtˈwɔːn)
adj
no longer accepted, used, believed, etc; obsolete or outmoded
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out•worn

(ˈaʊtˈwɔrn, -ˈwoʊrn)

adj.
1. out-of-date, outmoded, or obsolete.
2. worn-out, as clothes.
3. exhausted in strength or endurance, as persons.
v.
4. pp. of outwear.
[1555–65]
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outworn

[aʊtˈwɔːn]
A. PP of outwear
B. ADJ [expression] → trillado, manido; [idea, custom] → anticuado, caduco; [joke, slogan] → muy viejo, muy visto; [superstition] → viejo, antiguo
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outworn

[ˈaʊtwɔːn] adj (idea, expression) → trito/a; (custom) → sorpassato/a
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