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auld lang syne

 (ôld′ lăng zīn′, sīn′)
n.
The times gone past; the good old days.

[Scots : auld, old + lang, long + syne, since.]
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auld lang syne

(ˈɔːld læŋ ˈsəɪn; ˈsaɪn; ˈzaɪn)
n
old times; times past, esp those remembered with affection or nostalgia
[Scottish, literally: old long since]
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auld lang syne

(ˈɔld læŋ ˈzaɪn, ˈsaɪn)

n.
fondly remembered times.
[Scot: literally, old long since, i.e., old long-ago (days)]
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