Traducción de old-timer en Español:

old-timer

veterano, n.

Pronunciación /ˈoʊld ˈˌtaɪmər///

nombre

coloquial

  • 1

    (veteran)
    veterano masculino
    veterana femenino
    • Telling this story has reminded me of an old bloke that used to work on our shift, a proper old-timer, years of experience and the stories to go with it.
    • It's a very special art to cook on an open fire just like the old-timers used to do.
    • One wonders, however, whether the old-timers on the population-policy team will be able to learn the new disciplines necessary in these circumstances.
    • The old world charm of the former building and its ambience are something that old-timers still miss.
    • Gorman cares about oral history and urges other unions to get out and contact their old-timers before their experiences are lost forever.
    • Presentation is sweet - but will old-timers appreciate the browser taking away their ability to change font sizes through the pull-down menu?
    • But Ali did something the old-timers used to do.
    • But many old-timers do not like the new arrivals, especially now that some of the beaches have been opened up to the public.
    • Australia's third biggest bank is facing a difficult upcoming AGM as a well-regarded bank manager runs for the board against two old-timers with a bit of baggage.
    • With classic hits like Nothing Else Matters, Enter Sandman, and the chilling One these old-timers of metal have something for everyone.
    • It suffers from a surprising First Movie generic problem; interior monologue voice-over, which is odd given that the Weitz brothers, whilst not old-timers, are not newbies either.
    • Wall Street's old-timers knew from hard experience that, despite the hype, the market could not escape the law of gravity.
    • Some old-timers, like this reviewer, muttered that it might be time to return a little closer to the balance of solemnity that formerly marked such occasions.
    • But the other half, the old-timers who scrutinize every letter of every policy resolution for any hint of dilution or compromise, would not be so easily persuaded.
    • She had all the tricks old-timers were taught to enthral connoisseurs.
    • There's the cold-eyed, creepy stillness and bottled aggression of the ex-military types, the jovial Swanndri bonhomie of the hunters, a swash of piratical old-timers and some adenoidal gun dorks.
    • The egg-and-tomato treatment he received at the hands of Congressmen in the Mumbai University hall (front campus) is still recalled by old-timers.
    • Ten years ago, I was the old-timer computer expert and student issues researcher for the student government at the University of British Columbia.
    • Those here before those dates were genuine old-timers, and those who came thereafter were newcomers, although there were degrees in that definition.
    • There were conferences on the quay between important shore personages and our captain and chief medical officer; and a few of us, old-timers by now, leaned over the rail and joked about being back in the paperwork department again.
  • 2EEUU

    (old man)
    viejo masculino coloquial
    • According to the inhabitants, many left when their children bought flats and moved to the mainland, leaving the island with just some old-timers.
    • These multitude blunders of the FFI 2004 only confirm the opinion that the organizers should be comprised of young people, instead of old-timers who suddenly resurface with the revival of the film scene.
    • The objective of the meet would be to serve as a platform to channel the collective wisdom of old-timers and youthful enthusiasm to chart out the future of the institution.
    • The record may well do for these assorted old-timers what the Buena Vista Social Club phenomenon achieved for veteran Cuban musicians such as Ibrahim Ferrer.
    • Interviews with old-timers and vintage footage blend well with gorgeous snowy scenery and soft Gaelic music to paint a flattering picture of this latterly beleaguered resort.
    • There's mutual respect among featured surfers of different generations, as if the old-timers, gnarly in years and the kind of waves they pursued, are passing on the baton.
    • The stories have been told and retold where old-timers gather together to reminisce about others days.
    • Further along, past the stoic old-timers playing bocci, and a wet-suited man struggling to rig up his windsurfer, a derelict concrete edifice looms high over the beach.
    • But, in adopting a technique which was widely used 150 years ago, you can easily slip into the habit of writing in the style which the old-timers used.
    • But old-timers say, wall-writings were an effective means of communication.
    • A very few of the old-timers are still around to reminiscence those days.
    • More likely is that the Old Firm and the other 10 SPL clubs will continue to act like two old-timers snarling at each other across a park bench.
    • No wonder old-timers say, ‘They just don't make them like these anymore.’
    • And while old-timers continue to pay homage to him, the next generation is probably not aware of the tremendous void his death has left for Jazz music.
    • They're both appealingly self-aware of pop's limitations; and, indeed, of their own, as old-timers in a teen-orientated genre.
    • Evading the police - prominent amongst their number are the requisite hotheaded, ambitious youngster and world-weary old-timer - the assassin hides out in a rooms-by-the-quarter-hour hotel.
    • But speak to old-timers and they mention two suspicious deaths in the 1960s, both recorded as accidents.
    • ‘Some old-timers don't want to bring up the past,’ Gee explained.
    • I say I think I can recommend the book because, belonging as I do to the hairy-eared old-timers, I may not be in the book's true target audience.
    • Besides bringing to screen a rarely seen Shakespeare play in India, the film has another extra element, which will probably make old-timers more than nostalgic.
    • He had been busy accumulating knowledge, and stories told to him by his grandfather and other old-timers had fired his imagination.
    • It's about two old-timers who live alone, unmarried, on a farm.
    • The sources he uses are a combination of oral history - that is, he talked to many old-timers - and an assiduous search of local newspapers in the Clyde area.