anachronism

US [əˈnækrəˌnɪzəm]
UK [əˈnækrəˌnɪz(ə)m]
  • n.过时的人(或风俗、思想);弄错年代;时代错误
  • Web不合时宜的;年代错误;倒错
Plural Form:anachronisms  
anachronism
n.
1.
过时的人(或风俗、思想)a person, a custom or an idea that seems old-fashioned and does not belong to the present
The monarchy is seen by many people as an anachronism in the modern world.
很多人认为君主制在现代世界不合时宜。
2.
弄错年代;时代错误something that is placed, for example in a book or play, in the wrong period of history

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