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She didn’t mention how old her children were.
‘How old are you?’ ‘I’m 5 years old.’
He’s not old enough to see this film.
Aren’t you too old to play with dolls?
A lot of old people live alone.
Trees are the oldest living things on the planet.
I hope I’ll still be able to play golf when I get old.
There’s an old belief that animals can predict earthquakes.
Her sewing machine’s really old – it was her mother’s.
‘Thy’ is an old way of saying ‘your’.
Look at all these old machines!
How is my old buddy Jim?
Dear old Aunty Emily – what would we do without her?
My daughter Sophia is 3 years old.
European cities are centuries older than ours.
Let’s go back to Brighton, for old times’ sake.
He was like a knight of old.
Poor old Diane, she really wanted that job.
This is the British English definition of old. View American English definition of old.