- IPA: /ˈdeɪtɪd/
- Marked with a date.
- The first dated entry in the diary was from October 1922.
- "Omnibus" is a dated term for a bus.
- Anachronistic; being obviously inappropriate for its present context.
- Calling a happy person gay seems awfully dated nowadays; people will assume you mean something else.
- No longer fashionable.
- Slang can become dated very quickly.
- (marked with a date)
- (out of date, old) outdated, old-fashioned, retro; see also Thesaurus:obsolete
- (anachronistic) anachronous; see also Thesaurus:anachronistic
- (no longer fashionable) démodé, old hat; see also Thesaurus:unfashionable
- (marked with a date) undated
- (out of date, old) up-to-date, current
- (no longer fashionable) a la mode, trendy; see also Thesaurus:fashionable
- French: démodé, vieilli
- German: veraltet
- Portuguese: datado
- Russian: устаре́вший
- Spanish: anticuado, obsoleto
- French: anachronique
- German: veraltet, anachronistisch, aus der Zeit gefallen
- Portuguese: datado, obsoleto
- Russian: анахрони́ческий
- Spanish: desusado
- French: démodé
- German: unmordern, unmodisch, altmodisch
- Portuguese: datado, antiquado
- Russian: старомо́дный
- Spanish: pasado de moda
- Simple past tense and past participle of date