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Translation of "old" - English-Italian dictionary

old

adjective   /əʊld/
A1 having lived or existed for a long time vecchio, antico an old man an old house We’re all getting older.
A1 having been used or owned for a long time vecchio You might get dirty, so wear some old clothes.
how old are you, is she, etc.?
A1 used to ask about someone’s or something’s age quanti anni hai, ha, ecc.? How old are your kids now?
be six months old, 16 years old, etc.
A1 used to say someone’s or something’s age avere sei mesi, 16 anni, ecc. She’ll be four years old in March.
A2 used before or in the past vecchio, di prima I think the old system was better in many ways. my old house
A2 an old friend is one you have known and liked for a long time. vecchio, di lunga data She’s one of my oldest friends.
(Definition of old from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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