verb (used with object), out·dat·ed, out·dat·ing.
to put out of date; make antiquated or obsolete: The advent of the steamship outdated sailing ships as commercial carriers.
Origin of outdate
First recorded in 1640–50; probably back formation from outdated
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(tr) (of something new) to cause (something else) to become old-fashioned or obsolete
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