Definitions for old-world
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word old-world
the regions of the world that were known to Europeans before the discovery of the Americas
characteristic of former times especially in Europe
"an old-world cottage"
(Biology) Native to the Old World; not found in the Americas; as, old-world monkeys.
Of, or relating to the ancient world or former times
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Following the light of the sun, we left the Old World.
The political climate has changed, that's hurt cotton's standing, the old world doesn't exist. That's gone with the wind.
We actually use a lot of Old World craft to make these. So the dyes, the printing, the labor, the hand-wrapping makes them really interesting, i love the combination of Old World craft and modern day technology.
Wine in the U.S. in general is expensive. It’s also true of California. In many cases you can get an old world version for much less. That’s a somewhat intractable problem…It’s just expensive to do business in the United States.
There's kind of a war brewing between the old world and the new world, the Internet has kind of been a nuclear warhead on a lot of businesses and a lot of industries. ... The Internet's kind of bizarre to be thrown in the middle of The Internet. I'm literally just a fan making a fan video.
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