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old-schooladjective

us   /ˈoʊldˌskul/
old-fashioned; not modern: This videogame offers chunky old-school graphics with a bizarre story line that involves a giant sticky ball.
(Definition of old-school from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “old-school”
in Chinese (Simplified) 旧式的, 过时的, 老派的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 舊式的, 過時的, 老派的…
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