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Sens de "old" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 151 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
old viejo [adj]
old vieja [adj/f]
old a la viruela [adj]
old acabado [adj]
old sobado [adj]
old chimbo [adj] VE
old envejecido [adj]
old anciano [adj]
old andado [adj]
old cocho [adj] PE
old añejo [adj]
old antiguo [adj]
old consabido [adj]
old fiambre [adj]
old tronado [adj]
old pureta [adj]
old avejentado [adj]
old matalón [adj]
old rancio [adj]
old mayor [adj]
old gastado [adj]
old acabada [adj/f]
old sobada [adj/f]
old chimba [adj/f] VE
old envejecida [adj/f]
old anciana [adj/f]
old andada [adj/f]
old cocha [adj/f] PE
old añeja [adj/f]
old antigua [adj/f]
old consabida [adj/f]
old tronada [adj/f]
old avejentada [adj/f]
old matalona [adj/f]
old rancia [adj/f]
old mayora [adj/f]
old gastada [adj/f]
old inveterarse [v]
old acecinado [adj] fig.
old añoso [adj]
old cano [adj] fig.
old desusado [adj]
old inveterado [adj]
old pasado [adj]
old ruco [adj] CAM
old acecinada [adj/f] fig.
old cana [adj/f] fig.
old inveterada [adj/f]
old ruca [adj/f] CAM
old añosa [adj/f]
old pasada [adj/f]
old desusada [adj/f]
old familiar [adj]
old de costumbre [loc/adj]
old de edad (de)
old acabado [adj]
old vicaria [f] CO teen derog.
old ruco [adj] derog.
old caducado [adj]
old vetusto [adj]
old grande [adj]
old biscarro [adj] SV
old berruco [adj] SV
old camastrón [adj] VE
old boyé [adj] DO
old apelechado [adj] PY
old antañero [adj] PE derog.
old biscarro [adj] SV
old biscotelo [adj] GT disused
old entrevejido [adj] PR
old extraviado [adj] PR
old carcachento [adj] CL derog.
old fututo [adj] GT
old hundido [adj] DO
old juco [adj] SV
old llachapiento [adj] EC
old karcancho [adj] BO:W
old karkancho [adj] BO:W
old duro [adj] DO
old momis [adj] NI derog.
old ñampío [adj] CU DO
old old fashioned (inglés) [adj] US PR
old old fashioned (inglés) [adj] UY rare
old old fashion (inglés) [adj] US NI PR CL
old old fashion (inglés) [adj] UY rare
old pipiripago [adj] NI
old pepeshteado [adj] SV
old quebrandoso [adj] HN
old potriado [adj] SV
old pure [adj] VE child
old rosco [adj] HN
old rucailo [adj] MX derog.
old ruco [adj] MX HN SV EC derog.
old runcio [adj] SV
old sopeteado [adj] PA
old vejanco [adj] BO AR UY EC disused
old vejancón [adj] EC disused
old vejarano [adj] MX derog.
old vejerano [adj] MX derog.
old vencido [adj] SV
old talludo [adj] SV NI
old vetanco [adj] HN
old vetarro [adj] MX GT HN SV NI derog.
old véteris [adj] GT
old vétero [adj] GT PA
old vetisco [adj] SV
old tanta [adj] BO:C,W,S
old viejarunco [adj] SV derog.
old viejuco [adj] HN NI PA CU DO BO
old viejujo [adj] CL derog.
old viejurgo [adj] HN derog.
old viscarro [adj] GT
old vizcailo [adj] GT
old vicario [m] CO teen derog.
old berruca [adj/f] SV
old biscarra [adj/f] SV
old camastrona [adj/f] VE
old momisa [adj/f] NI derog.
old de palo para leña [adj] DO
old a las pailas [adj] BO:W
old no ser cigua este año [loc/v] DO
old matungo [adj] CU
old carraco [adj]
old arricuco [adj] VE:W
old biscotelo [adj] GT disused
old berrugate [adj] PA
old charcheroso [adj] PE
old carca [adj] AR:Nw derog.
old catano [adj] CO derog.
old carranclón [adj] VE
old ñaupa [adj] BO:C,W
old pachiche [adj] MX
old pachichi [adj] MX
old pelleja [adj] CU derog.
old roñoso [adj] CL derog.
old tela [adj] PE
old vejarano [adj] VE
old venancio [adj] SV
old veterano [adj] MX SV NI CR PA CU CO EC BO PY AR UY
old veterano [adj] GT CO EC:W BO CL PY PE
old viernes [adj] MX GT
old matunga [adj/f] CU
old carraca [adj/f]
old biscotela [adj/f] GT disused
old metido en años
old antiguo [adj]
old usado [adj]
old antiguo [adj]
old viejo [adj]
old de edad [adj]
old anticuado [adj]

Sens de "old" avec d'autres termes dans le Dictionnaire Anglais-Espagnol : 500 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
old female person anciana [f]
old age vejez [f]
(human age) old grande [adj]
six-year-old de seis años [adj]
very old person anciano [m]
an old person viejo [m]
old person anciano [m]
old fogey carca [m/f]
in the old days antiguamente [adv]
old woman abuela [f]
old maid ruca [f] MX CAM BO
old age senectud [f]
old hat perra [f] CO
old age ancianidad [f]
old woman anciana [f]
old bag arpía [f]
fifteen-year-old quinceañera [f]
old woman vieja [f]
be an old hand ser perro viejo [v]
get old envejecerse [v]
look old envejecerse [v]
grow old envejecerse [v]
get old apolillarse [v]
be an old hand ser gato viejo [v]
very old reviejo [adj]
century-old secular [adj]
age-old secular [adj]
old-fashioned inactual [adj]
sixty-year-old sesentón [adj]
sixty-year-old sexagenario [adj]
old-fashioned pasado [adj]
fifty-year old cincuentón [adj]
old-looking envejecido [adj]
year-old añal [adj]
old-fashioned anticuado [adj]
old-fashioned antiguo [adj]
old-fashioned arcaizante [adj]
fifteen-year-old quinceañero [adj]
thousand-year-old milenario [adj]
age-old milenario [adj]
very old vetusto [adj]
centuries-old multisecular [adj]
age-old multisecular [adj]
old man abuelo [m]
old-boy network amiguismo [m]
old man anciano [m]
fifteen-year-old quinceañero [m]
old people's home geriátrico [m]
old fox zorro [m]
old maid burro (cartas) [m]
very old revieja [adj/f]
sixty-year-old sesentona [adj/f]
sixty-year-old sexagenaria [adj/f]
old-fashioned pasada [adj/f]
fifty-year old cincuentona [adj/f]
old-looking envejecida [adj/f]
old-fashioned anticuada [adj/f]
old-fashioned antigua [adj/f]
fifteen-year-old quinceañera [adj/f]
age-old milenaria [adj/f]
thousand-year-old milenaria [adj/f]
very old vetusta [adj/f]
of old allá [adv]
stone in an old cock's liver alectoria [f]
an old surveying instrument arbalestrilla [f]
old age free from indispositions agerasia [f]
old, ugly woman calchona [f] CL
an old spanish dance dama [f]
old age decrepitud [f]
old copper coin of the value of half a maravedi blanca [f]
actress who plays the part of old ladies característica [f]
old-fashioned hair-bag for men bolsa [f]
an old silver coin dinerada [f]
old-fashioned hood cuculla [f]
stanza in old spanish poetry castellana [f]
old spanish dance and song chacona [f]
old plate chafalonía [f]
any old shoe chaguala [f] CO CU
old down-at-heel shoe chancla [f]
quality of not becoming old insenescencia [f]
old french measure of length (about 6.5 ft.) hexápeda [f]
old criminal slang germanía [f]
an old-fashioned oven for the distillation of mercury in almadén jábeca [f]
first shoots of a year old vine greñuela [f] rur. rare
old ragged garment jerapellina [f]
old tax payable on saint martin's day martiniega [f]
old tax payable in march marzadga [f]
an old and ugly woman lechuza [f] fig.
old tax on food and beverages octavilla [f]
old maid (at cards) mona [f]
an old and fat woman mamancona [f] BO EC
old-clothes shop ropavejería [f]
old sow manfla [f] rur. rare
old spanish song tirana [f]
filly under two years old tusona [f]
old maid solterona [f]
peevishness of old age vejez [f]
little old woman vejezuela [f]
old, ugly woman bruja [f]
person fifty years old quincuagenaria [f]
an old-fashioned oven for the distillation of mercury in almadén jábega [f]
forty-year-old person cuarentona [f]
very old and distant relation tataradeuda [f]
three years old (heifer) terzona (usado en aragón) [f]
old maid (card game) mona [f]
bill (old-fashioned) arrullar [v]
bill and coo (old-fashioned) arrullar [v]
grow old and withered acecinarse [v]
become old-fashioned anticuarse [v]
make old añejar [v]
grow old añejar [v]
look old avejentar [v]
grow old aviejarse [v]
separate the old ewes or rams from a flock desviejar [v]
make old envejecer [v]
make to look old envejecer [v]
become old/old-fashioned envejecerse [v]
grow old envejecerse [v]
grow old/useless gastarse [v]
grow old encanecer [v]
act too old for one's years hombrear [v]
grow old irse [v]
put must into old wine remostar [v]
grow prematurely old revejecer [v]
mix must with old wine mostear [v]
become old/old-fashioned quedar obsoleto [v]
become old-fashioned quedar anticuado [v]
two years old (sheep) andosco [adj]
old (wine) añejo [adj]
five years old (of animals) cincoañal [adj]
five months old cincomesino [adj]
fifty years old cincuentañal [adj] outdated
two centuries old bisecular [adj]
affecting youth (old people) cotorrón [adj]
ten months old diezmesino [adj]
forty years old cuadragenario [adj]
old and galled (animals) caroñoso [adj]
nearly four years old (cattle) cuatreño [adj]
grown old envejecido [adj]
old-fashioned envejecido [adj]
one-year-old (beasts) fañado [adj]
eighty years old ochetón [adj] disused
mule fifteen months old quinceno [adj]
old (wine) rancio [adj]
prematurely old revejecido [adj]
little old man (endearing) viejecito [adj]
old-fashioned viejo [adj]
more than a year old (beasts) sobreañal [adj]
three years old trasañejo [adj]
sixty years old sexagenario [adj]
three months old tremesino [adj]
three years old tresañal [adj]
three months old tresmesino [adj]
prematurely old revejido [adj]
three months old tremés [adj]
little old man (endearing) viejezuelo [adj]
three years old tresañejo [adj]
wise old person among indigenous communities amauta [m] BO PE
old castilian coin arienzo [m]
dealer in old iron chapucero (vendedor de hierro viejo) [m]
old vine pulled up for fuel ceporro [m]
kid between 6 and 12 months old chivato [m]
old galician and portuguese coin cetís [m]
old rag calandrajo [m]
old small coin calé [m] CO EC
player who takes old men's parts barba [m]
old copper coin cornado [m]
old method of mining desplome [m] PE
old-fashioned gala cloak, with a hood capuz [m]
actor playing old people's parts característico [m]
old maid (card game) bobo [m] CU
old coin struck in valencia dieciochavo [m]
decrepit old man carral [m] rur. SLM
lamb not yet two years old borrego [m]
lamb not two years old borro [m]
forty-year-old person cuarentón [m]
an old spanish dance bran de inglaterra [m]
old-fashioned melodrama dramón [m]
he-goat two years old cegajo [m]
an old copper coin chanflón [m] disused
two-year-old ox eral [m]
old broom escobajo [m]
old ceremonious hidalgo hidalgón [m]
old joke/piece of news fiambre [m]
year-old huck/doe estaquero [m]
old alicante wine fondillón [m]
araucanian witch who kidnapped children six months old to change them into monsters imbunche [m] CL
old kind of chaise with four scats forlón [m]
moorish old man/chief jeque [m]
king/prince/royalty in old peru inca [m]
an old spanish coin maravedí [m]
old hare matacán [m]
very old person matusalén [m]
putting of must into old wine remosto [m]
old spanish song and dance pésamedello [m]
person fifty years old quincuagenario [m]
an old-fashioned linen cloth ranzal [m]
an old-fashioned dance molinete [m]
turning over of old papers papeleo [m]
old name for a leopard pardal [m]
old-clothes man ropavejero [m]
a form of address for an old negro taita [m] outdated
old toper tumbacuartillos [m]
an old spanish melody and dance villano [m]
colt under two years old tusón [m]
old maid (at cards) tonto [m] CO CR
old lace sol [m]
very old and distant relation tataradeudo [m]
old bachelor solterón [m]
old kind of fagotto sordón [m]
year-old hawk soro [m]
magistrate in old aragon zalmedina [m]
peevish/withered old man vejestorio [m]
absurd old man vejete [m]
little old man vejezuelo [m]
three years old (heifer) terzón (usado en aragón) [m]
old coin struck in valencia dieciocheno [m]
decrepit old man vejestorio [m] derog.
decrepit old man decrépito [m]
old ceremonious hidalgo hidalgote [m]
native of astur (old spain) astur [m/f]
bull or heifer from two to three years old utrero [m/f]
old age años [m/pl]
disks of tortoise shells formerly used as feminine ornament in old mexico chiqueadores [m/pl]
old and inelegant fondona [adj/f]
ten months old diezmesina [adj/f]
old and galled (animals) caroñosa [adj/f]
mule fifteen months old quincena [adj/f]
old (wine) rancia [adj/f]
five months old cincomesina [adj/f]
grown old envejecida [adj/f]
old-fashioned envejecida [adj/f]
prematurely old revejecida [adj/f]
two years old (sheep) andosca [adj/f]
old (wine) añeja [adj/f]
sixty years old sexagenaria [adj/f]
one-year-old (beasts) fañada [adj/f]
affecting youth (old people) cotorrona [adj/f]
forty years old cuadragenaria [adj/f]
nearly four years old (cattle) cuatreña [adj/f]
three years old tresañeja [adj/f]
eighty years old ochetona [adj/f] disused
three years old trasañeja [adj/f]
three months old tremesina [adj/f]
three months old tresmesina [adj/f]
little old man (endearing) viejecita [adj/f]
old-fashioned vieja [adj/f]
prematurely old revejida [adj/f]
little old man (endearing) viejezuela [adj/f]
in the old days antaño [adv]
old woman vejancona [f]
old-fashioned carca [adj]
old man viejo [m]
of old antiguamente [adv]
of old antaño [adv]
old clothes ropa usada [f]
old maid mona (juego de naipes) [f]
old money cuenta oscura [f]
an old song bagatela [f]
old fogy vejarrona [f]
old fogy vejaza [f]
be old enough tener bastante edad [v]
grow old entrar en edad [v]
pay off old scores saldar cuentas viejas [v]
of old long standing antiguo [adj]
old wine vino añejo [m]
old fogy vejarrón [m]
old fogy vejazo [m]
old fogy vejete [m]
old testament viejo testamento [m]
of old long standing antigua [adj/f]
old-fashioned del tiempo de maricastaña [loc/adj]
of old long standing de mucho tiempo [loc/adj]
of old en otro tiempo [loc/adv]
old-fashioned fuera de moda [loc/adv]
old chore to care for the mules acemilería [f]
grow old and withered acecinarse [v]
old-school académico [adj]
old liquid measurement equal to a quarter of the hemin acetábulo [m]
old-fashioned form of cuál quál [pron]
old-fashioned form of cuanto quanto [pron]
old-fashioned form of se ge [pron]
old-fashioned spelling of cual qual [pron]
old-fashioned form of adecuadamente adequadamente [adv]
old-fashioned form of ahora agora [adv]
old-fashioned form of cuando quando [adv]
old-fashioned form of cuándo quándo [adv]
old-fashioned form of cuanto quanto [adv]
old-fashioned form of frecuentemente freqüentemente [adv]
any old time en cualquier momento [adv]
old-fashioned form of cuando quando [conj]
old-fashioned spelling of e é [conj]
old-fashioned spelling of o ó [conj]
old-fashioned spelling of o ò [conj]
old-fashioned spelling of u ú [conj]
old wife chopa [f]
old long coat casaca [f]
old woman yaya [f]
old banger reliquia [f]
old game similar to crocket argolla [f]
old bag sota [f]
old maid mona [f]
old fogey carroza [f]
old history vejez [f]
old hag arpía [f]
clumsy old boat carraca [f]
old copper and silver coin blanca [f]
old relic antigualla [f]
old-fashioned or out-of-date custom or object antigualla [f]
fifteen year-old quinceañera [f]
ripe old age edad avanzada [f]
very old object vejestorio [f] LAM
old clothes ropa vieja (literal) [f]
old woman viejecita [f]
old woman viejita [f]
old woman bruja [f]
same old story cantaleta [f]
old shoe chancla [f]
old-fashioned form of diosa deesa [f]
old-fashioned form of flema flegma [f]
old-fashioned form of jerarquía hierarquía [f]
old-fashioned form of lealtad lealdad [f]
old-fashioned spelling of cabeza cabeça [f]
old-fashioned spelling of cebra zebra [f]
old-fashioned spelling of ciudad cibdad [f]
old-fashioned spelling of cizaña zizaña [f]
old-fashioned spelling of cristianidad christianidad [f]
old-fashioned spelling of cuota quota [f]
old-fashioned spelling of danza dança [f]
old-fashioned spelling of gaceta gazeta [f]
old-fashioned spelling of gramática grammatica [f]
old-fashioned spelling of horchata horxata [f]
old-fashioned spelling of jefatura gefatura [f]
old-fashioned spelling of lenteja lanteja [f]
old-fashioned spelling of moza moça [f]
old-fashioned spelling of mujer muger [f]
old-fashioned spelling of navaja nabaja [f]
old-fashioned spelling of necesidad necessidad [f]
old-fashioned spelling of ortografía ortographía [f]
old-fashioned spelling of propiedad propriedad [f]
old-fashioned spelling of rejilla regilla [f]
old-fashioned spelling of vajilla vagilla [f]
old-fashioned spelling of veces vezes [f]
old-fashioned spelling of víbora biuora [f]
a woman aged around 60 years old sesentona [f]
old-fashioned form of ausencia absencia [f]
old-fashioned form of bajeza bajez [f]
old-fashioned form of codicia cudicia [f]
old-fashioned form of grulla grúa [f]
old-fashioned form of hambre fambre [f]
old-fashioned form of hambre fame [f]
old-fashioned form of hembra fembra [f]
old-fashioned form of hermosura fermosura [f]
an old person viejuja [f]
little old woman ancianita [f]
an old run-down house chabola [f]
old river bed/channel madrevieja  [f] PA
old homemade saddle tereca  [f] VE
calf up to about 2 years old becerra [f]
heifer up to about 2 years old becerra [f]
old floating house (built on the coast) balsa [f] EC disused
old maid beata [f] CO:W
old and useless thing calandraca [f] BO:E
old and shabby bike cadeja [f] HN:N
hole in the back of old socks calavera [f] MX
old person caiva [f] BO
old and deteriorated person cacharra [f] CU DO disused
bunch of old pots and pans cacharrera [f] PR
old and very ugly woman cacatúa [f] PA derog.
old or worn out footwear cuchufleta [f] GT DO PR
old furniture, tool, appliance, or vehicle that is broken or rundown cháchara [f] HN
flip-flop or old shoe charrasca [f] SV
old and dilapidated object changorria [f] SV
old or deteriorated shoe cutarra [f] GT SV NI
ghost in the form of an old woman ciguapa [f] DO
old and dilapidated automotive vehicle charchina [f] MX SV
old measure of dry goods equivalent to twelve almudes fanega [f] EC:S disused
old photograph developed in a tray foto cubeta [f] HN
old machete with a worn out blade filinga [f] HN derog.
old bag of bones carcamana [f] MX PE AR UY derog.
old and decrepit person carranca [f] DO
old clothing garra [f] MX derog.
clumsy, old, or antiquated woman gafa [f] DO derog.
old, ugly, or low quality shoe guaracha [f] GT derog.
old and worn-out machete guaracha [f] SV
rear section of a car on some old american models, with light supports in the form of high peaks cola de pato [f] CU
oldest sow of a litter over a year old with out having given birth cochinata [f] CU rur.
old and dilapidated truck, usually used for transporting loads güincha [f] PR
old and worn out machete güira [f] HN:N,C,W SV
very old person jurásica [f] HN CO
old car jarría [f] SV
old mare mancarrona [f] PE CL AR rur.
old mare mancarrona [f] UY
old wooden boat mancarrona [f] CL
set of useless old horses mancarronada [f] AR UY rur.
two-year-old purebred mare dosañera [f] VE
old worn out item magalla [f] VE:C
large and old root ñoña [f] CR rur.
old coffee tree root ñonga [f] CR rur.
old and dilapidated car nica [f] HN
two-day old bean papalotía [f] GT
old measure of volume equivalent to slightly less than 2 cubic cm paja de agua [f] SV disused
old prostitute pellejía [f] NI
old and damaged hat perra [f] CO:C,W rur.
old prostitute pro del sesenta [f] PR
old hooker pro del sesenta [f] PR
old maid quedada [f] MX HN NI CR PA CO VE EC PE BO CL AR UY
old woman pureta [f] VE
old prostitute rilain [f] PR
old age symptoms raquera [f] SV
old man's beard sajasta [f] AR:Nw
old woman romelia [f] SV police
old and worn out clothes remúa [f] DO
old prostitute that doesn't charge much requemada [f] PR
old rickety car sardina [f] HN SV
group of old things tilingada [f] AR disused
old shoe tusa [f] HN SV
large amount of old things tilchada [f] SV
old age vejera [f] HN
old person vejuca [f] EC
old person vejuca [f] GT SV CU VE CL derog.
young woman between 15 and 20 years old taguacolla [f] BO:W rur.
old person veteca [f] BO
old thing viejada [f] GT derog.
old person viejarda [f] AR UY derog.
old age viejera [f] HN
old and useless thing viejera [f] PR derog.
old person who tries to act younger viejeva [f] DO
old wife vieja [f] CU
old year's widow viuda [f] PE
old year's widow viuda [f] EC
old year's widow viuda loca [f] EC
old dishes trastera [f] PR
grab old asirse [v]
get old apolillarse [v]
get old envejecer [v]
old-fashioned form of aderezar adereçar [v]
old-fashioned form of añadir añidir [v]
old-fashioned form of arrancar rancar [v]
old-fashioned form of calmar acalmar [v]
old-fashioned form of centellear to twinkle centellar [v]
old-fashioned form of elegir eligir [v]
old-fashioned form of hablar fablar [v]
old-fashioned spelling of acosar acossar [v]
get wrinkly and old avellanarse [v]
old-fashioned spelling of cazar caçar [v]
old-fashioned spelling of comprender comprehender [v]
old-fashioned spelling of decir dezir [v]
old-fashioned spelling of dejar dexar [v]
old-fashioned spelling of holgar folgar [v]
old-fashioned spelling of pasar passar [v]
old-fashioned spelling of zabullir çabullir [v]
become old envejecerse [v]
become old envejecerse [v]
destroy old data sobrescribir [v]
turn…years old cumplir ... años [v]
heal old wounds cerrar viejas heridas [v]
be x years old tener x años [v]
be x years old tener x [v]
die of old age morirse de viejo [v]
become an old maid quedarse para vestir santos [v]
die of old age morir de viejo [v]
die of old age morir de vejez [v]
be old enough to do something estar en edad de hacer algo [v]
get old ponerse viejo [v]
acquire the physical appearance of an old man achuñuscarse [v] CL
become useless due to old age (horse) abichocarse [v] AR
wrinkle due to old age (part of human body) aturrarse [v] HN SV
become old fashioned volverse anticuado [v]
be an old hand at something ser experto en hacer algo [v]
grow old acecinarse [v]
look old avejentarse [v]
be too old to marry ser demasiado viejo para casarse [v]
be old/mature enough to become a bride ser lo bastante mayor/madura para convertirse en novia [v]
be old enough to give birth to ser bastante mayor para dar a luz [v]
be old/mature enough to get married (to someone) or marry someone ser lo bastante mayor/madura para casarse (con alguien) [v]
be old enough to give birth to ser lo bastante mayor como para dar a luz [v]
repair and old or broken object chapistear [v] CU
become very old and unwell esvielarse [v] PR
get old colear [v] HN PR
be an old hand at something ser veterano en algo [v]
be an old hand at something ser un perro viejo [v]
grow old kilometrearse [v] CR
grow old enchusarse [v] EC:S
return to old habits enrielarse [v] HN
sew old clothes pepeshtear [v] SV
stitch old clothes pepeshtear [v] SV
old-fashioned carcamal [adj]
a century old centenario [adj]
a century old de 100 años [adj]
hundred-year-old centenario [adj]
old high german alemán antiguo [adj]
old-fashioned carroza [adj]
old-fashioned pasado de moda [adj]
old-fashioned form of adecuado adequado [adj]
old-fashioned form of azul açul [adj]
old-fashioned form of beodo beudo [adj]
old-fashioned form of bueno bono [adj]
old-fashioned form of cuanto quanto [adj]
old-fashioned form of flemático flegmático [adj]