Superannuate vs Superannuated - What's the difference?
| Derived terms
Superannuate is a derived term of superannuated.
As verbs the difference between superannuate and superannuated
is that superannuate
is to retire or put out of use due to age while superannuated
As a adjective superannuated is
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
to retire or put out of use due to age
to show to be obsolete due to age
to retire due to age
to become obsolete or antiquated
To give a pension to, on account of old age or other infirmity; to cause to retire from service on a pension.
- (Sir Thomas Browne)
* 2007 , "
Sledgehammers and hard drives", The Economist , 1 June 2007:
* 2009 , Larissa Dubecki, "
- Your correspondent has a handful of superannuated computers lying around the home. The sprightliest of the bunch—a 400-megahertz Pentium II that came loaded with Windows NT4.0—has found a new lease on life as a Linux server.
Critic's view", The Age , 24 March 2009:
* 2010 , Bruce Rich, To Uphold the World: A Call for a New Global Ethic from Ancient India , Beacon Press (2010), ISBN 9780807095539,
- To call the sexual politics of Ladette to Lady old-fashioned is an understatement. It's a horrifying revival of superannuated attitudes about women dressed up as an educational excursion into young womanhood that exploits its subjects by loading them up on alcohol when the cameras are rolling.
* 2010 , Stuart Mann & Gordon Murray, Art of the Formula 1 Race Car , Motorbooks (2010), ISBN 9780760337318,
- Files written fifteen or twenty years ago on superannuated computers and obsolete operating systems are for practical purposes irretrievable.
Retired or discarded due to age.
- The 158 was a delicate and not especially sure-handling device, but by now its engine had been modified to produce 250 horsepower, which gave it a decisive speed advantage over the superannuated old clunkers that were predominately arranged against it.
* archaic, dated, out of date, outdated, outmoded