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Detailed Translations for older from English to Spanish

older:

older adj

  1. older (elder)
    mayor

Translation Matrix for older:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
mayor Nestor; doyen; eldest; major; oldest; senior; senior partner; squadron leader
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- aged; elder; elderly; old; senior; sr.
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
mayor elder; older big; bigger; biggest; considerable; conspicuous; elderly; enormous; great; higher; large; larger; notable; remarkable; respectable; striking; substantial; tall; taller; vast

Synonyms for "older":


Related Definitions for "older":

  1. skilled through long experience1
    • the older soldiers1
  2. advanced in years; (`aged' is pronounced as two syllables)1
  3. used of the older of two persons of the same name especially used to distinguish a father from his son1

older form of old:


Translation Matrix for old:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
anciano aged; aged person; elder; elderly; elderly person; greybeard; old age pensioner; pensioner; senior; senior citizen
clásico classic
viejo aged; elderly; greybeard; sea captain
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- erstwhile; former; honest-to-god; honest-to-goodness; older; one-time; onetime; previous; quondam; sometime; sure-enough
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- advanced in years; aged
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
a la antigua ancient; antique; old; old fashioned; veteran ancestral; ancient; antique; archaic; not modern; obsolete; old fashioned; out of date; outdated; outmoded
anciano aged; elderly; old advanced in years; aged; elderly; very old
anticuado ancient; antique; old; old fashioned; veteran ancestral; ancient; antique; archaic; as from now; corny; flat; from; jocular; not modern; obsolete; of today; old fashioned; out; out of date; outdated; outmoded; passé; stale; waggish
antiguo ancient; antique; old; old fashioned; veteran ancient; antique; archaic; at an earlier date; before; earlier; ex; flat; former; formerly; in former times; late; one-time; past; previous; retired; stale
antiquísimo ancient; antique; old; old fashioned; veteran ancient; antique; archaic
chapado a la antigua ancient; antique; old; old fashioned; veteran ancestral; ancient; antique; archaic; not modern; obsolete; old fashioned; out of date; outdated; outmoded
clásico old ancient; antique; archaic; classical
de edad avanzada aged; elderly; old
sénior aged; elderly; old eldest; oldest; senior
viejo aged; ancient; antique; elderly; old; old fashioned; veteran ancient; antique; archaic; flat; stale; worn; worn out; worn with age
viejísimo ancient; antique; old; old fashioned; veteran ancient; antique; archaic

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Antonyms for "old":


Related Definitions for "old":

  1. just preceding something else in time or order1
    • my old house was larger1
  2. skilled through long experience1
    • an old offender1
    • the older soldiers1
  3. (used for emphasis) very familiar1
    • good old boy1
    • same old story1
  4. (used informally especially for emphasis)1
    • had us a high old time1
  5. of long duration; not new1
    • old tradition1
    • old house1
    • old wine1
    • old country1
    • old friendships1
    • old money1
  6. (used especially of persons) having lived for a relatively long time or attained a specific age1
    • his mother is very old1
    • a ripe old age1
    • how old are you?1
  7. belonging to some prior time1
  8. past times (especially in the phrase `in days of old')1

Wiktionary Translations for old:

old
adjective
  1. having existed or lived for the specified time
  2. former
  3. of a living being: having lived for relatively many years
  4. of an object, concept, etc: having existed for a relatively long period of time

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
old viejo; antiguo alt — vor langer Zeit gemacht oder geschehen
old viejo greisgehoben: sehr alt
old antiguo; anciano ancien — Qui exister depuis très longtemps.
old antiguo; anciano antiqueexister dans l’antiquité.
old anciano; viejo vieux — D’un certain âge (relatif à un autre).