English version

old-school

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishold-schoolˈold-school adjective [only before noun]  old-fashioned, or relating to ideas from the past He was one of the last old-school comics.
Examples from the Corpus
old-schoolThe report did not call for positive discrimination but suggested that male, old-school attitudes still prevailed in hospitals.His was an old-school kind of guy.
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