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arts kōlam {m}Muggu [traditional decorative Asian art that is drawn by using rice flour as per age-old conventions]
arts kōlam {m}Kolam [traditional decorative Asian art that is drawn by using rice flour as per age-old conventions]
vieillard {m}oldtimer [Am.] [old man]
vieillarde {f}oldtimer [Am.] [old woman]
sport minime {m}junior [7-13 year old]
vieillard {m}old-timer [Am.] [old man]
vieillarde {f}old-timer [Am.] [old woman]
sport minime {f}junior [7-13 year old] [female]
vêt. nippes {f.pl} [fam.]rags [coll.] [tatty old clothes]
vieux jeu {adj}fuddy-duddy [coll.] [old-fashioned]
bagnole {f} [fam.] [vieille auto]banger [coll.] [old car]
auto tableau {m} de bordfascia [Br.] [dashboard] [old-fashioned]
ling. expression {f} vénérablehoary (old) phrase [fig.] [old, overused]
de façon démodée {adv}frumpishly [in an old-fashioned way]
vêt. hardes {f.pl} [vieux vêtements très usés]rags [tatty old clothes]
hist. ling. typ. lettrine {f}initial letter [decorated first letter in old manuscripts]
film aller au cinémato go to the pictures [old-fashioned]
auto vieux tacot {m} [fam.]old crock [Br.] [sl.] [delapidated old car]
naut. (vieux) loup {m} de mer [fig.]old salt [coll.] [experienced old mariner]
vêt. culotte {f} bouffante [portée autrefois par les femmes]bloomers [old-fashioned female underwear]
équi. bidet {m} [fam.] [cheval]nag [coll.] [horse - especially pne that is old or in poor condition]
C'est le bouquet ! [hum.] [fam.] [loc.]That really is the limit! [coll.] [idiom] [old-fashioned]
mil. occup. grognard {m}[soldier of the Old Guard of Napoleon I]
hist. monnaie sou {m} [ancienne monnaie française]sou [old French currency]
bonhomme {m} [ex.: un vieux bonhomme]fellow [ex.: an old fellow]
géogr. pol. Virginie {f} [État des États-Unis] [aussi : Commonwealth de Virginie]Virginia <VA> [The Old Dominion, Mother of Presidents]
Ce n'est pas mes oignons. [fam.] [loc.]That's not my pigeon. [coll.] [Br.] [old-fashioned]
hist. monnaie unit talent {m} [monnaie]talent [old monetary unit]
faire des yeux de crapaud mort d'amour [loc.]to make sheep's eyes at sb. [old-fashioned] [idiom]
auto tas {m} de ferraille [fig.] [fam.] [vieille auto](old) heap [fig.] [sl.] [delapidated old car]
géogr. pol. Maryland {m} [État du Nord-Est des États-Unis]Maryland <MD> [Free State, Old Line State]
géogr. pol. Massachusetts {m} [État au nord-est des États-Unis]Massachusetts <MA> [Bay State, Old Colony State]
C'est aussi sûr que deux et deux font quatre. [loc.]It's as sure as eggs is eggs. [Br.] [Aus.] [old-fashioned] [idiom]
hist. mil. pol. ancienne guerre {f} de Zurich [1440 - 1446]Old Zürich War [1440 - 1446] [war of succession within the Old Swiss Confederacy]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Sempach [1386]Battle of Sempach [1386] [decisive victory for the Old Swiss Confederacy against Austria - a turning point in the growth of Switzerland]
hist. pol. rafle {f} de Marseille [1943]Marseille roundup [1943] [systematic deportation of the Jews of Marseille in the Old Port]
hist. mil. pol. bataille {f} de Marignan [1515]Battle of Marignano [1515] [Francis I, King of France defeated the Old Swiss Confederacy ending the War of the League of Cambrai]
géogr. géol. Big Ben {m} [massif volcanique d'Australie situé sur l'île Heard] [aussi : mont Kaiser Wilhelm]Big Ben [also: Big Ben Peak, Old Ben Mountain, Emperor William Peak and Kaiser Wilhelm-Berg]
hist. pol. Frédéric {m} II de Prusse [1712-1786] [aussi : Frédéric le Grand or le vieux Fritz]Frederick II [1712-1786] [also: Frederick the Great or The Old Fritz] [King of Prussia from 1740 until his death in 1786]
éduc. [lycée publique britannique avec examen d'entrée pour des élèves dès l'âge de 11 ans]grammar school [Br.] [selective state school from the age of 11]
aîné {adj} [plus âgé]elder
aîné {adj} [plus âgé]older
jouer [âge, qualification]to matter
datation {f}dating [determining age]
aîné {adj} [le plus âgé]eldest
aîné {adj} [le plus âgé]oldest
doyen {m} [en âge]oldest person
se tasser [avec l'âge]to shrink
dr. sociol. majorité {f} civilemajority [full legal age]
doyenne {f} [en âge]oldest person [female]
recul {m} [d'âge de la retraite]raising
datation {f} [détermination de l'âge]age determination
anat. méd. tache {f} de vieillesseliver spot [age spot]
trafic jeune conducteur {m}novice driver [Br.] [any age]
éduc. collège {m}school [in France: secondary school to age 15]
méd. démente {f} [due à l'âge]dementia sufferer [female]
armes hist. bombarde {f}bombard [Middle Age cannon firing a stone ball]
archéo. hist. Mésolithique {m} [aussi : âge de pierre du milieu]Mesolithic (Age)
archéo. hist. Néolithique {m} [aussi : âge de la pierre polie]Neolithic (Age)
se courber [avec l'âge]to become bent with age
immo. petit appartement {m} indépendant [pour parent âgé]granny flat [Br.] [coll.]
millénaire {adj} [âgé d'environ mille ans]around one throusand years old
zool. bœuf {m} [taureau castré]bullock [Br.] [castrated male bovine animal of any age]
être octogénaire [être âgé de 81 à 89 ans]to be in one's eighties
être nonagénaire [être âgé de 91 à 99 ans]to be in one's nineties
déplacement {m} [de l'âge de retraite]change
éduc. sixième {m}first form [of British secondary schools where pupils start at eleven years of age]
dr. hist. droit {m} anglo-saxon [en vigueur en Angleterre au haut Moyen Âge, jusqu'à la conquête normande de 1066]Anglo-Saxon law
hist. pol. Saint Louis {m} [Louis IX le Prudhomme] [1214-1270]Louis IX [1214-1270] [also known as Saint Louis or Louis the Saint] [King of France 1226-1270 during a medieval golden age in which France reached an economic and political peak]
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