old meaning

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old adjective
1. (experienced) (used especially of persons) having lived for a relatively long time or attained a specific age
Antonyms: young
  • "his mother is very old"
  • "a ripe old age"
  • "how old are you?"
2. (noncurrent) of long duration; not new
Antonyms: new
  • "old tradition"
  • "old house"
  • "old wine"
  • "old country"
  • "old friendships"
  • "old money"
3. skilled through long experience
Related: older
  • "an old offender"
  • "the older soldiers"
old noun
1. (past) past times (especially in the phrase `in days of old')
Old adjective
1. of a very early stage in development
  • "Old English is also called Anglo Saxon"
  • "Old High German is High German from the middle of the 9th to the end of the 11th century"
old(a) adjective
1. (used for emphasis) very familiar
  • "good old boy"
  • "same old story"
erstwhile(a) adjective
1. belonging to some prior time
Related: former, old, onetime, one-time, quondam, sometime
  • "erstwhile friend"
  • "our former glory"
  • "the once capital of the state"
  • "her quondam lover"
bang-up adjective
  • "he did a bully job"
  • "a neat sports car"
  • "had a great time at the party"
  • "you look simply smashing"
  • "we had a grand old time"
previous(a) adjective
1. just preceding something else in time or order
Related: old
  • "the previous owner"
  • "my old house was larger"
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