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時代遅れ, 時代後れ, じだいおくれ

  • jidaiokure


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no', noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • old-fashioned
  • behind the times
  • out of date

Examples of 時代遅れ,時代後れ,じだいおくれ in a Sentence

Your ideas are all out of date.
This book is a little out of date.
It's about time we did away with this outdated law.
Your ideas are quite old fashioned.
I bought this computer one year ago and it's already a dinosaur.
If you don't know anything about computers, you're really behind the times.
The legislator of that state did away with outdated laws.
We came to the conclusion that the ideology was behind the times.
The lady persisted in wearing that old-fashioned shirt.
His hair style is behind the time.

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