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teacher / CL: 個|个,
  *老* | 老* | *老
prefix used before the surname of a person or a numeral indicating the order of birth of the children in a family or to indicate affection or familiarity / old (of people) / venerable (person) / experienced / of long standing / always / all the time / of the past / very / outdated / (of meat etc) tough
tiger / CL: 隻|只
(coll.) wife
boss / business proprietor / CL: 個|个
rat / mouse / CL: 隻|只
honest / sincere / well-behaved / open and guileless / naive
variant of 老闆|老板
ordinary people / the "person in the street" / CL: 個|个
to age / to deteriorate with age / old and weak
(coll.) husband
(coll.) eunuch / see also 老公
(slang) hairdresser
old man or woman / the elderly / one's aged parents or grandparents
elderly / old age / autumn of one's years
old-fashioned / old type / outdated
respect for the aged
Robam (brand)
old man / I (an old man referring to himself)
old man; elderly man
to provide for the elderly (family members) / to enjoy a life in retirement
my (your etc) old father / polite appellation for an elderly male
(of a person, population or material) to age / (of knowledge) to become outdated
Laozi or Lao-tze (c. 500 BC), Chinese philosopher, the founder of Taoism / the sacred book of Daoism, 道德經|道德经 by Laozi
father / daddy / "I, your father" (in anger, or out of contempt) / I (used arrogantly or jocularly)
old age / very / eldest child in a family / leader of a group / boss / captain of a boat / leader of a criminal gang
God / Heavens
native place / place of origin / home state or region
lit. old general / commander-in-chief 將帥|将帅, the equivalent of king in Chinese chess / fig. old-timer / veteran
old lady
classic car
men, women, young and old / everybody
venerable middle-aged or elderly man, usually wearing an artificial beard (in Chinese opera)
(coll.) foreigner (esp. non Asian person) / layman / amateur
old friend / sb who passed the county level imperial exam (in Ming dynasty)
elder / term of respect for a Buddhist monk
Donald Duck
(of an elderly couple) husband or wife
outmoded / old-fashioned
senior figure / elder / doyen
Lao Cai, Vietnam / Laokai or Laukkai, Burma (Myanmar)
uncle (polite form of address for older male)
(respectful) lord / master / (coll.) maternal grandfather
Wanglaoji (beverage brand)
solitary old man or woman / regular patron (at brothels)
oldie (song)
I (spoken by an old man)
old age / aging / aged / geriatric / the aged
mother / mom
lit. an old steed in the stable still aspires to gallop 1000 miles (idiom); fig. aged person with great aspirations
very far away
elder brother (often used self-referentially) / (form of address between male friends) old chap / buddy
experienced person / an old hand at sth
boss / sir (person with a leading role in an organization) / (after a surname) high ranking commander in the PLA / (Qing dynasty) high ranking government official / (old) courteous term used by the general populace in addressing a rank-and-file soldier or police officer
second-eldest child in a family / (euphemism) penis
mother and father / parents
men, women, young and old / all kinds of people / people of all ages
pharaoh (loanword)
Lao She (1899-1966), Chinese novelist and dramatist
hot spell during autumn / Indian summer
previous generation / older generation
to spend one's last years
shrewd and ruthless / efficient and unscrupulous
old / aged / (of calligraphy or painting) vigorous / forceful
old man
old woman (at times contemptuous)
self-respect of old person / face / thick-skinned (i.e. impervious to criticism) / brazen
old road / familiar way / beaten track / conventional behavior
an old observation (idiom) / a truism / banal comments
father / old man / venerable sir
old woman (formal writing)
to grow old together
old fellow / old man / father / husband
Broadway (New York City)
sir (respectful form of address for an old man)
old-fashioned / old-school
Mindanao (island in the Philippines)
lit. to be born, to grow old, to get sick and to die / fig. the fate of humankind (i.e. mortality)
uneducated person / yokel / boor / roughneck
old but vigorous (idiom); hale and hearty despite the years
old fox / slick customer
seasoned / experienced
(to live together until the) white hairs of old age (idiom); to live to a ripe old age in conjugal bliss / until death do us part
old and weak (idiom)
the old and the young / the youngest member of the family
respect the old and cherish the young
an old horse knows the way (idiom); an experienced worker knows what to do / an old hand knows the ropes
bachelor (lit. fifth child of the Wangs)
lit. an old steed in the stable still aspires to gallop 1000 miles (idiom); fig. old people may still cherish high aspirations
(old) a senior in one's household
where in the order of seniority among siblings? / (sometimes used in rhetorical questions to express disparagement)
approaching old age

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