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have a rare old time

mainly UK old-fashioned to ​enjoy yourself very much: We went on a ​tour of the city's ​bars and had a rare ​oldtime.
UK old-fashioned to have ​difficulty: We had a rare ​oldtimetrying to get ​tickets.
(Definition of have a rare old time from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “have a rare old time”
in Chinese (Simplified) 极其开心, 非常惬意, 困难重重…
in Chinese (Traditional) 極其開心, 非常愜意, 困難重重…
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