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noun 
  1. something of the same era or age
the telephone and television are anachronisms in that film
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adjective (with)
  1. of the same age; contemporary
anything with that clock will fetch a hefty price
the Baralaba Coal Measures are with the Bandana Formation
Etymology: Late Latin coívus from Latin com- "equal" + ívum "age"


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