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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