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caducadas
-expired
Feminine pluralofcaducado
caducadas
-expired
Feminine plural past participleofcaducar

caducado

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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (not valid)
a. expired
Tu pasaporte está caducado; tienes que renovarlo antes de viajar al exterior.Your passport is expired. You need to renew it before travelling abroad.
b. no longer valid
El carné de la biblioteca está caducado y no puedo sacar libros.My library card is no longer valid, and I can't take out any books.
2. (culinary)
a. past its use-by date
La leche está caducada y huele agria.The milk is past its use-by date and smells sour.
b. past its sell-by date
Los alimentos caducados no pueden donarse.Food that is past its sell-by date cannot be donated.
c. expired
Mi esposo a menudo se come la comida caducada.My husband often eats expired food.
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caducado
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (carné, pasaporte)
a. out-of-date
2. (alimento, medicamento)
a. past its use-by date
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