old-school

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English[edit]

Adjective[edit]

old-school (comparative more old-school, superlative most old-school)

  1. Alternative form of old school
    • 2019 October 23, Pip Dunn, “The next king of Scotland”, in Rail, page 51:
      The seat reservations are also old-school, with labels in the back of seats.

Noun[edit]

old-school (plural old-schools)

  1. Alternative form of old school