pasado de moda

An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. old-fashioned
¿No crees que el besamanos está un poco pasado de moda?Don't you think hand-kissing a bit old-fashioned?
b. out of fashion
Lo que un día es el súmmun de la modernidad, al día siguiente está pasado de moda.Something that is the last word in modernity one day is out of fashion the following day.
c. unfashionable
Este vestido me queda bien, pero está pasado de moda.This dress suits me, but it's unfashionable.
d. outdated
Esa palabra se usaba mucho hace 10 años, pero ahora está totalmente pasada de moda.That word was widely used 10 years ago, but it's now totally outdated.
e. out
Hoy leí en una revista que el lujo está pasado de moda.I read in a magazine today that luxury is out.
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