old-world definition

  • adjective:
    • Of, regarding, or attribute regarding the ancient globe or a past period.
    • Of, or relating to the old world or previous times
    • Characteristic of former times especially in Europe.
    • indigenous to the Old World; maybe not based in the Americas.
    • characteristic of previous times particularly in European countries
  • others:
    • of this old world; belonging to a prehistoric or far bygone age; antiquated; traditional.
    • Of, regarding, or feature associated with the old-world (European countries, Asia, and Africa) as distinguished through the "" new world "" or The united states.
    • exclusively, of or pertaining to the continents for the east hemisphere as understood ahead of the discovery of The united states; paleogean: as, the old-world apes.

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