vieux jeu

vieux jeu

(vjø ʒø)
adj
old-fashioned
[literally: old game]

vieux jeu

A French phrase meaning old game, used to mean something that is old-fashioned.
Translations

vieux jeu

[ˈvɪɜːˈʒɜː] ADJanticuado, fuera de moda
References in classic literature ?
Some one had said that she looked like the vieux jeu, idea of the queen in Hamlet.
Le ronchon finira bien par se rendre a la raison et taire ses griefs sous peine de paraitre encore plus [beaucoup moins que] vieux jeu [beaucoup plus grand que].
He traded records and sex with his peers at Bennington (a wealthy college so class-ridden that LSD was de rigeur for freshmen and vieux jeu for seniors) for heroin and bar fights at underground music hangouts in Manhattan.
Brakman's assiduously polished style uses numerous foreign elements: blase, embarras de richesse, vieux jeu, small talk, private eye, "Zigeuner
oui, j'allais oublier, mais on jugera sans doute que je suis vieux jeu sur ce point.