English version

old-time

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishold-timeˈold-time adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 typical of what used to exist, be done etc in the past 🔊 old-time remedies
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old-time• Fittingly, old-time cowboy music was playing.• But beneath all that old-time melody is a healthy serving of hip-hop beats and funky bass.• She says many old-time merchants are selling out.• Like an old-time Mormon, Sukarno kept each of his wives in a separate establishment in a different part of town.• And a week of the old-time religion has certainly done a power of good for the Labour faithful.• Perhaps he would do just as well to go back to the old-time remedies used by his grandfather.• This may explain some of the magnetic variations that mystified old-time sailors.
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