[ohld-tahy-mer] /ˈoʊldˈtaɪ mər/
a person whose residence, membership, or experience began long ago and has been continuing for a considerable length of time; veteran.
an old person.
an old-fashioned person or thing.
a person who has been in a certain place, occupation, etc, for a long time
(US) an old man
- Old-time religion
noun phrase The tried-and-true way of doing things; hallowed wisdom: that horse-trading, your bill for mine, was part of the old-time religion/ If Cuomo does run, he will have money, eloquence, labor unions and the power of old-time Democratic religion behind him [1930s+; fr the hymn tune ”Give me that old-time religion”]
adjective Old-fashioned, esp in a pleasant and nostalgic way: dripping with old-timey decorations (1850+)
noun 1. the Turkic languages or dialects spoken in Central Asia from the 8th to the 10th centuries.
[awl-doo-vahy] /ˈɔl dʊˌvaɪ/ noun 1. a gorge in Tanzania in which is located a site containing Australopithecine and human skeletal and cultural remains. /ˈɒldʊˌvaɪ/ noun 1. a gorge in N Tanzania, north of the Ngorongoro Crater: fossil evidence of early man and other closely related species, together with artefacts Olduvai Gorge [(ohl-duh-veye, awl-duh-veye)] A deep […]