mod

Pronunciation:  US [mɑd] UK [mɒd]
  • adj.Modern wingers; there are features of the modern wing
  • n.Modern youth (especially in the 1960 of the 20th century United Kingdom wears a clean, young people riding scooters)
  • WebModders; module (Module), United Kingdom Ministry of defence (Ministry of Defence)
antiquated archaic dated fusty musty oldfangled old-fashioned old-time out-of-date passé
contemporary current designer hot modern modernistic new new age newfangled new-fashioned present-day red-hot space-age state-of-the-art ultramodern up-to-date up-to-the-minute

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