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old
oʊld
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Just preceding something else in time or order.
  2. Skilled through long experience.
  3. Very familiar.
  4. (used informally especially for emphasis); .
  5. Of long duration; not new.
  6. (used especially of persons) having lived for a relatively long time or attained a specific age.
  7. Belonging to some prior time.
  8. Of a very early stage in development.
(名) As a noun
  1. Past times.
Hyphenationold
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun
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以前yǐqiánbefore; formerly; previous; ago
往昔wǎngxīin the past
lǎoprefix used before the surname of a person or a numeral indicating the order of birth of the children in a family or to indicate affection or familiarity; old (of people); venerable (person); experienced; of long standing; always; all the time; of the past; very; outdated; (of meat etc) tough
jiùold; opposite: new ; former; worn (with age)
古老gǔlǎoancient; old; age-old
年长niánzhǎngsenior
老练lǎoliànseasoned; experienced
久远jiǔyuǎnold; ancient; far away
old; second-hand (clothes)
年迈niánmàiold; aged
老牌lǎopáiold, well-known brand; old style; old school; an old hand; experienced veteran
苍老cānglǎoold; aged; (of calligraphy or painting) vigorous; forceful
陈年chénniánold; stored for many years
高年gāoniánold; aged
zhǎnold, wrinkles; creases, ashamed, shamed-faced look
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