Traducción de antiquated en Español:

antiquated

anticuado, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈæn(t)əˌkweɪdəd//ˈantɪkweɪtɪd/

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    anticuado
    • The system, which replaces the antiquated radio network, was due to be introduced in the Humberside area in August.
    • The antiquated system of temporal note keeping needs to be addressed as a matter of urgency.
    • Because of the type of film he uses, he is forced to use antiquated cameras that do not accommodate the recording of direct sound.
    • We see a lot of antiquated regulatory enforcement systems in various parts of the world.
    • First up is a review of the house-building industry and the antiquated planning system.
    • It is an antiquated system where blunders are easily committed and just as easily covered up.
    • Such irony that the nation leading the world into the Information Age has an electoral system that is so antiquated.
    • Hard cases make bad law, but antiquated conventions make bad legal practice.
    • Some of those antiquated attitudes are unfortunately still kicking around, according to Warner.
    • The Scottish Parliament is already in the process of dismantling our antiquated feudal system of land laws.
    • He added that the staff would be moving from an antiquated facility belonging to a past era to a new, comfortable facility.
    • In Britain, slopping out was branded as one of the indignities of an antiquated prison system.
    • Posters seem a somewhat antiquated form of expression, at least the paper kind.
    • If ever there was an opportunity to address the antiquated system of BBC funding and governance, this is it.
    • How can they still have this antiquated system where Sutton residents have no control over how much gas they use, or how much they can pay?
    • They may find it quaint or antiquated, rather than charming, and its few flaws may stand out larger due to the hype.
    • Homer turns bootlegger when Springfield enforces an antiquated prohibition law.
    • Like many London houses, this was a narrow, up-and-down affair with antiquated facilities.
    • We have a court system that creaks under antiquated traditions, and distinct reluctance to change them.
    • The religious leaders are encouraging it, for the same antiquated reasons they always have.