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[uh b-sid-ee-uh-nl] /əbˈsɪd i ə nl/

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  • Obsolesce

    [ob-suh-les] /ˌɒb səˈlɛs/ verb (used without object), obsolesced, obsolescing. 1. to be or become . /ˌɒbsəˈlɛs/ verb 1. (intransitive) to become obsolete v. 1801, from Latin obsolescere “to grow old, wear out, lose value, become obsolete,” inchoative of obsolere “fall into disuse” (see obsolete). Related: Obsolesced; obsolescing.

  • Obsolescence

    [ob-suh-les-uh ns] /ˌɒb səˈlɛs əns/ noun 1. the state, process, or condition of being or becoming obsolete. n. 1809; see obsolescent + -ence. Phrase Planned obsolescence coined 1932, revived as a disparaging term 1950s. obsolescence [(ob-suh-les-uhns)] A decline in the value of equipment or of a product brought about by an introduction of new technology […]



  • Obsolescent

    [ob-suh-les-uh nt] /ˌɒb səˈlɛs ənt/ adjective 1. becoming obsolete; passing out of use, as a word: an obsolescent term. 2. becoming outdated or outmoded, as machinery or weapons. 3. Biology. gradually disappearing or imperfectly developed, as vestigial organs. /ˌɒbsəˈlɛsənt/ adjective 1. becoming obsolete or out of date adj. 1755, from Latin obsolescentum (nominative obsolescens), present […]

  • Obsolescing

    [ob-suh-les] /ˌɒb səˈlɛs/ verb (used without object), obsolesced, obsolescing. 1. to be or become . /ˌɒbsəˈlɛs/ verb 1. (intransitive) to become obsolete v. 1801, from Latin obsolescere “to grow old, wear out, lose value, become obsolete,” inchoative of obsolere “fall into disuse” (see obsolete). Related: Obsolesced; obsolescing.



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