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deprecated

[ dep-ri-key-tid ]
/ ˈdɛp rɪˌkeɪ tɪd /
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adjective
spoken or written about with disapproval: The much deprecated preference of poorer people for less nutritious white bread over brown has to do with price as well as palatability.
Computers. (of a software version or feature) marked as not recommended for users and developers because of the risk of damage or compromised security, the existence of superior alternatives, or an impending upgrade: This routine removes all deprecated tags and obsolete elements from the code, replacing them where appropriate.
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Origin of deprecated

OTHER WORDS FROM deprecated

un·dep·re·cat·ed, adjective
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