English version

fuddy-duddy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfuddy-duddyfud‧dy-dud‧dy /ˈfʌdi ˌdʌdi/ noun (plural fuddy-duddies) [countable]  someone who has old-fashioned ideas and attitudes You’re such an old fuddy-duddy!fuddy-duddy adjective
Examples from the Corpus
fuddy-duddyThat dress makes you look like such a fuddy-duddy.No doubt you will merely accuse me of being an old fuddy-duddy trying to stop young people having fun.I know I sound like some fuddy-duddy here.old fuddy-duddyNo doubt you will merely accuse me of being an old fuddy-duddy trying to stop young people having fun.
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