HyperDic: viejo

Español > 12 sentidos de la palabra viejo:
ADJETIVOallviejo, antiguoof long duration
allviejo, anciano(used especially of persons) having lived for a relatively long time or attained a specific age
allviejo, anticuado, pasadolacking originality or spontaneity
allviejo, anticuado, antiguo, desfasado, obsoletoold
allviejo, antiguoof long duration
allviejoskilled through long experience
allviejoancient
NOMBREperson viejo, abuelo, ancianoa man who is very old
groupviejopeople who are old collectively
person viejo(slang) boss
person viejoa familiar term of address for a man
person viejo, anciano, anticuado, antigualla, carcamal, carroza, matusalén, pureta, tarra, vejestorio, veteranoan elderly man
Español > viejo: 12 sentidos > adjetivo 1
SentidoOf long duration; not new.
Sinónimoantiguo
Cualidad deedadHow long something has existed
Específicoamarillentochanged to a yellowish color by age
antediluviano, anticuado, arcaica, arcaicoSo extremely old as seeming to belong to an earlier period
antiguo, inmemorial, secularbelonging to or lasting from times long ago
antiguomade in or typical of earlier times and valued for its age
antiguo, viejoOf long duration
de segunda mano, usadopreviously used or owned by another
inmemoriallong past
remendadomended usually clumsily by covering a hole with a patch
usadoPassed on from one person to another
viejoancient
Tambiénantiguonot modern
gastadoaffected by wear
no actualnot current or belonging to the present time
pasado, últimoEarlier than the present time
pasado, rancio, revenido, viciadoLacking freshness, palatability, or showing deterioration from age
Contrarionuevonot of long duration
Inglésold
Catalánantic, vell
Español > viejo: 12 sentidos > adjetivo 2
Sentido(used especially of persons) having lived for a relatively long time or attained a specific age.
Sinónimoanciano
Cualidad deedadHow long something has existed
Específicoanciano, mayorAdvanced in years
ancianoVery old
cano, canoso, grisshowing characteristics / characteristics of age, especially having grey or white hair
centenarioat least 100 years old
cincuentón, cuarentón, de mediana edadroughly between 45 and 65 years old
emérito, retiradohonorably retired from assigned duties and retaining your title along with the additional title 'emeritus' as in 'professor emeritus'
envejecido, senescenteGrowing old
nonagenarioFrom 90 to 99 years old
octogenarioFrom 80 to 89 years old
oscuro(of fabrics and paper) grown dark in color / color over time
senilmentally or physically infirm with age
sexagenarioFrom 60 to 69 years old
venerableimpressive by reason of age
TambiénexperimentadoHaving experience
maduroHaving reached full natural growth or development
senior, superiorolder
Contrariojoven(used of living things especially persons) in an early period of life or development or growth
Inglésold
Catalángran, vell
NombresvejezThe opposite of youngness
Español > viejo: 12 sentidos > adjetivo 3
SentidoLacking originality or spontaneity; no longer new.
Sinónimosanticuado, pasado
Generaloriginalnot original
Ingléscold, stale, dusty, moth-eaten
Catalánantiquat, passat, vell
Español > viejo: 12 sentidos > adjetivo 4
Sentidoold; no longer valid or fashionable.
Sinónimosanticuado, antiguo, desfasado, obsoleto
Generalno actualnot current or belonging to the present time
Inglésoutdated, out-of-date, superannuated
Catalánantic, antiquat, obsolet, vell
Español > viejo: 12 sentidos > adjetivo 5
SentidoOf long duration.
Sinónimoantiguo
Generalantiguo, viejoOf long duration
Ingléslongtime, long-time
Catalánantic, vell
Español > viejo: 12 sentidos > adjetivo 6
Sentidoskilled through long experience.
GeneralexperimentadoHaving experience
Inglésold, older
Catalánvell
Español > viejo: 12 sentidos > adjetivo 7
Sentidoancient.
Generalantiguo, viejoOf long duration
Ingléshoary, rusty
Catalánvell
Español > viejo: 12 sentidos > nombre 1, person
SentidoA man who is very old.
Sinónimosabuelo, anciano
Específicoanciano, anticuado, antigualla, carcamal, carroza, matusalén, pureta, tarra, vejestorio, veterano, viejoAn elderly man
patriarcaA man who is older and higher in rank than yourself
Generalhombre adulto, hombre, varónAn adult person who is male (as opposed to a woman)
persona mayorAn elderly person
Inglésold man, greybeard, graybeard, Methuselah
Catalánancià, avi, iaio, vell
Español > viejo: 12 sentidos > nombre 2, group
SentidoPeople who are old collectively.
GeneralcohorteA group of people having approximately the same age
Contrariojoven, juventudyoung people collectively
Inglésaged, elderly
Catalángent gran
Adjetivoanciano, mayorAdvanced in years
Español > viejo: 12 sentidos > nombre 3, person
Sentido(slang) boss.
Región deamérica, América, Américas, E.E.U.U., EEUU, Estados, Estados Unidos de América, Estados Unidos, United States, United States of AmericaNorth American republic containing 50 states - 48 conterminous states in North America plus Alaska in northwest North America and the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean
Generaljefa, jefe, patrona, patrónA person responsible for hiring workers
Uso deargot, dialecto, jerga, jerigonza, lengua vernácula, lunfardo, patoisA characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves)
Inglésold man
Español > viejo: 12 sentidos > nombre 4, person
SentidoA familiar term of address for a man.
Generalhombre adulto, hombre, varónAn adult person who is male (as opposed to a woman)
Inglésold boy, old man
Catalánvell
Español > viejo: 12 sentidos > nombre 5, person
SentidoAn elderly man.
Sinónimosanciano, anticuado, antigualla, carcamal, carroza, matusalén, pureta, tarra, vejestorio, veterano
Generalabuelo, anciano, viejoA man who is very old
Inglésold-timer, oldtimer, gaffer, old geezer, antique
Catalánantiquat, carrincló, carrossa, fòssil
Adjetivoantiguo, inmemorial, secularbelonging to or lasting from times long ago

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