English version

a good old something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha good old somethinga good old something (also a right old something British English) spokenENJOY/LIKE DOING something used to talk about something you enjoy We had a good old talk. old
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a good old somethingBut even marriage to a good old boy has not opened all arms to Fonda.It was high time, he intimated, that he and old Barney got together for a good old chinwag.If you need thrills, excitement and a good old dose of adrenalin, then the Ducati is a top option.He was a good old man, and I still miss him.He was a good old mule.We had a good old time at the reunion.One of these days Sam is going to come up against a good old time proper door.Our only hope is a good old winter storm over the Christmas holiday.
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