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the good old days

If you talk about the good old days, you mean a time in the past when you believe life was better
美好的陈年往事
I wish my grandma would stop going on about the good old days.
我希望祖母不要把那些陈年往事如数家珍地讲个没完。
In the past
Translations of “the good old days”
in Chinese (Traditional) 美好的往昔…
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