old-timer

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old-tim·er

(ōld′tī′mər)
n. Informal
1.
a. An elderly person.
b. A person with considerable tenure or experience in a given place or activity; a veteran.
2. Something very old or antiquated.

old-timer

n
1. a person who has been in a certain place, occupation, etc, for a long time
2. US an old man

old′-tim′er



n.
1. a person whose residence, membership, or experience dates from long ago.
2. an elderly person; oldster.
[1855–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.old-timer - an experienced person who has been through many battlesold-timer - an experienced person who has been through many battles; someone who has given long service
expert - a person with special knowledge or ability who performs skillfully
2.old-timer - an elderly manold-timer - an elderly man      
graybeard, greybeard, old man, Methuselah - a man who is very old

old-timer

noun
1. Informal. An elderly person:
Informal: oldster.
2. Informal. One who has had long experience in a given activity or capacity:
Informal: vet.
Translations

old-timer

[ˌəʊldˈtaɪməʳ] Nveterano/a m/f (US) (= old person) → viejo/a m/f, anciano/a m/f

old-timer

[ˌəʊldˈtaɪməʳ] nveterano/a