old girl


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old girl

n. Chiefly British
A graduate of a public school for girls.

old girl

n
1. (sometimes capitals) Brit a female ex-pupil of a school
2. informal chiefly
a. a familiar name used to refer to a woman
b. an old woman
Translations
bývalá žiačka

old girl

(Brit) n
a. (former pupil) → ex alunna
b. (old woman) → vecchia
References in classic literature ?
It was the old girl that brought out my musical abilities.
Come on, old girl, cut it out," he said appeasingly.
I don't know how you are fixed for money, old girl, but if things are the same with you as in the old days you can't be rolling.
Her old girl friends had welcomed her back rapturously.
It would make the old girl just walk along in this breeze.
Cheer up, old girl," said Tom, patting the bay mare on the neck with the end of his whip.
Never mind the old girl here, but come along with me now straight away.
Good-bye, old girl," he said; "don't you worry about me.