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ancient

adjective uk   /ˈeɪn.ʃənt/ us  
B1 of or from a long time ago, having lasted for a very long time: ancient civilizations/rights/laws ancient monuments/ruins/woodlands the ancient kingdoms of Mexico People have lived in this valley since ancient times. History, ancient and modern, has taught these people an intense distrust of their neighbours. informal very old: He's got an ancient laptop.B1 used to refer to the period in European history from the earliest known societies to the end of the Roman Empire: the ancient Egyptians/Greeks/Romans The ancient Britons inhabited these parts of England before the Roman invasion.
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en coreano 고대의…
en árabe قَديم, عَتيق…
en francés ancien, très vieux…
en turco eskiden olan, çok önceleri olan, eskiden beri…
en italiano antico…
en chino (tradicionál) 古代的, 古老的, 年代久遠的…
en ruso древний, старинный…
en polaco starożytny, wiekowy…
en español antiguo, viejo…
en portugués antigo…
en alemán alt, uralt…
en catalán antic…
en japonés 古代の, 大昔の…
en chino (simplificado) 古代的, 古老的, 年代久远的…
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