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[əʊld], (Adjective)

- having lived for a long time; no longer young
(e.g: the old man lay propped up on cushions)

- belonging to the past; former
(e.g: valuation under the old rating system was inexact)

- of a specified age
(e.g: he was fourteen years old)

- used to express affection, familiarity, or contempt
(e.g: good old Mum)

- any old
- any old how
- as old as the hills
- be old enough to be someone's father
- of old
- the Old Firm
- the old days
- you can't put an old head on young shoulders

Old English ald, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch oud and German alt, from an Indo-European root meaning ‘adult’, shared by Latin alere ‘nourish’

definition by Oxford Dictionaries

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