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Definition of “the Old World” - Learner’s Dictionary

the Old World

noun    
Asia, Africa, and EuropeContinents and regions of the worldCountry namesCountry and nation
Translations of “the Old World”
in Chinese (Traditional) 舊世界(指亞洲、非洲和歐洲)…
in Russian Старый Свет…
in Turkish Eski Dünya, Asya, Afrika…
in Chinese (Simplified) 旧世界(指亚洲、非洲和欧洲)…
in Polish Stary Świat…
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