Adjective He's an old man now. We rented an old black-and-white movie. There's an old saying that good fences make good neighbors. a new approach to an old problem She wore a T-shirt and an old pair of jeans. I wish you would stop wearing that dirty old hat! The hotel was old and dingy.
Synonyms for OLD: older, elderly, aging, aged, ageing, ancient, senior, geriatric; Antonyms of OLD: young, youthful, ageless, youngish, juvenile, immature, adolescent, green Merriam-Webster Logo Menu Toggle
old Significado, definición, qué es old: 1. having lived or existed for many years: 2. unsuitable because intended for older people: 3…. Aprender más.
old definition: 1. having lived or existed for many years: 2. unsuitable because intended for older people: 3…. Learn more.
traducir old: viejo, antiguo, de edad, antiguo, viejo, el bueno de, viejo/ja [masculine-feminine, singular…. Más información en el diccionario inglés-español.
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of old; of yore; olden; oldfangled; once; onetime; out-of-date; passé; primeval; primordial; pristine; quondam; rusty; sometime; stale; superannuated; time-worn; unfashionable; unoriginal; worn-out; age-old; established; familiar; constant; firm; perennial; solid; steady; versed; veteran; vintage; continuing; enduring; experienced; hardened; inveterate; lifelong; long-lasting; long-lived; of long standing; perpetual; practiced