old
  • US /old/
  • UK /əʊld/
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解釋
  • adj. 上年紀的; ...歲的; 舊的; 古代的; 以前的; 年老的; 慎慮的; 親密的; 極好的; 老的; 陳; 估; 古; 古老; 故; 積; 久遠;年邁; 宿; 舊;
例句
  • He is an old man now, he is nearly eighty
  • My father is 90 years old

康軒國中英語 B5L4 Reading

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  1. 1) Aged. Can be referring to something alive or nonliving. 2) Outdated. 3) No longer funny.
    1) My fifth-grade elementary teacher was old when I was in her class, and presumably hasn't gotten any younger since I left. 2) The Nintendo 64 is old, but I still use it more than my GameCube. 3) Jokes about Jim Mora (Sr.) whining about his miserable Colts team aren't old yet, despite the fact that he conducted the infamous press conference more than three years ago.
  2. Old is when its more expensive to buy the candles, than the cake to put it on.
    candles cost $.25 a piece, and you are 60 years old making the total cost of candles $15. the cake costs $4.
  3. On a message board, when someone (more than likely a [n00b]), posts something that has already been buried in the population's long term memory.
    [n00b]: "Oh look, [Landover Baptist]! This has gotta be the freakiest site on the net!" [Admin]: "OLD." *thread locked*
  4. that which is not [new]
    Matrix Revolutions was an old movie.
  5. "OLD" IS WHEN..... Your sweetheart says, "Let's go upstairs and make love," and you answer, "Darling, I can't do both!" "OLD" IS WHEN..... Your friends compliment you on your new alligator shoes and you're barefoot. "OLD" IS WHEN..... A sexy girl takes your fancy and your pacemaker opens the garage door. "OLD" IS WHEN..... Going topless pulls all the wrinkles out of your face. "OLD" IS WHEN..... You don't care where your spouse goes, just as long as you don't have to go along with her. "OLD" IS WHEN..... you are told to slow down by the doctor instead of by the police. "OLD" IS WHEN..... "Getting lucky" means you find your car in the car park. "OLD" IS WHEN..... An "all nighter" means not getting up to pee!
    What a drag it is getting old!
  6. Something that was said and/or done repeatedly that has been totally played out. Tired. Annoying.
    The past he kept bringing up to my face is gotten real old right about now!
  7. You begin to be old when people who deliver pizzas are systematically younger than you. (See young)
    Anyway im even too old to command pizzas by now.
  8. Something or someone outdated, obsolete, no longer needed.
    "A person can die at age 100 and not be considered old it seems." -me "5.25'' disks? Those are old man, obsolete. Why're you still using that?"
  9. madonna
    "dude, look at the old overexposed hag"
  10. proper noun - an old person. plural: Olds Basically, when referring to people, it takes the standard adjective, and uses it as a noun instead.
    This nursing home is full of Olds. They smell like pee. The Olds want their medicare and SSI, but they hate sushulizm. I was T-boned at the intersection by an Old who ran the red light.