sobiq, qari, maktabning sobiq o'quvchisi, birodar, do'stim, og'ayni, jonim, jonginam, azizim, o'rtoq, o'rtoqjon
- qarikattaeng qadimgioldisholdness
Noun(1) past times (especially in the phrase `in days of old'
Adjective(1) (used especially of persons(2) of long duration; not new(3) (used for emphasis(4) skilled through long experience(5) belonging to some prior time(6) very good(7) of a very early stage in development(8) just preceding something else in time or order
(1) he's old enough to be her father(2) Those who yearn for the good old warehouse days are going to appreciate the jazzy, ambient vibe.(3) I rode him first at Punchestown in the autumn of 1999 and we've had a good old haul together.(4) The studios keep making this genre of film, and people still go and see them, but they're getting old fast.(5) Jim, as he was popularly known, belonged to an old and highly respected family in the district.(6) Some have been offering old clothes, but these offers have been rejected by most charities.(7) the same old story(8) But Southampton transport planners have said there are no plans to dig up the old ramps or replace them.(9) For those who know Stan, you've heard many of these stories before - but surprisingly they never get old .(10) he filled a bag with old clothes(11) What on earth possessed me to read through those old emails and instant message files?(12) How many times do we need to see the same old arguments made and the same sources quoted?(13) I belong to the old imperial class who want to put up roads and hospitals and make life easier for people.(14) they spent the money on a five-year old hospital(15) the conflict was more than a decade old(16) The rationale for replacing the old buses remains slightly mysterious.
1. elderly ::
2. dilapidated ::
3. worn ::
4. antique ::
5. mature ::
6. bygone ::
7. hackneyed ::
8. former ::
9. time-honored ::
10. older ::
11. previous ::
12. honest-to-goodness ::
Different Formsold, older, oldest, oldish, oldness
Word Example from TV Shows
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now I understand
why you found religion in your OLD age.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 4
Old Nan said they turn
your skull into a cup
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 9
Try to talk some sense into the OLD goat.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 8
You think I won't do it, OLD man?
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 7
and do it OLD school.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 4
English to Uzbek Dictionary: old
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