Translation of oldie in Spanish:

oldie

clásico, n.

Pronunciation /ˈoʊldi//ˈəʊldi/

noun

informal

  • 1

    (book, film etc)
    clásico masculine
    a golden oldie un viejo éxito
    • If we ask Lameville High to provide it we'll probably end up playing oldies.
    • Why would a record company place a newly discovered work of art on an album that's a collection of oldies and call it a bonus track?
    • Shadow sings selections from British and American musicals for the first part and her original songs, together with Shanghai oldies, in the second.
    • They played oldies, and most of the people there were around our age.
    • Many of the songs sound like rehashed versions of oldies while the band also indulges in experiments with tape loops and minimalist restrictions.
    • And the oldies are played by rapidly aging DJs trying to recapture the glory years of early AM Radio.
    • Some major record companies have been pushing to introduce flexible pricing, charging more for hit songs and less for oldies, for example.
    • A pop song from the 1980s played on the speakers, a musty oldie, something about childhood, a song about innocence.
    • These musicians covered everything pop - from oldies to hip-hop to alternapop to bubblegum.
    • When she was older, would the radio stations be playing the same oldies they do now, or music from her time.
    • Clare's songs are again a mix of favourite oldies and cracking originals, not a misfire among them, taking in pop, big band and samba but possessing a distinctive style.
    • Electronica is not my kind of music, I'm more into musicals and oldies, but I am open to anything that is good.
    • My friend stayed in the room that had the live band playing oldies and top forty songs.
    • Dad turned on the radio to a channel that played oldies and some new hit songs which was cool, because I wouldn't be stuck listening to Chicago for two hours.
    • Some Saturdays we play all oldies and others we play so many different songs.
    • He has already presented 200 shows and treated packed audiences with songs ranging from lyrical oldies to pulsating latest chart busters.
    • There was an amusing mix of classical and oldies in the film.
    • The first three are classic oldies, the fourth and fifth are recent pop hits, and the next three should be familiar to any music geek worth their salt.
    • Many new games, but also a few oldies were played during the 7th Ludopathic Gathering.
    • I turn on the radio and listen to the oldies as they play again and again on the local station.
  • 2British

    (person)
    vejete masculine informal
    viejales masculine Spain informal
    • Pin the wrinkle on the oldie, cellulite toss or blind-man-so-give-me-my-specs-please perhaps?
    • I don't think Helen need worry about lack of funds in her old age - there will be far fewer real oldies around to share the national wealth.
    • But I don't recall her ever mugging any fellow oldies in the Post Office pensions queue.
    • He was then dropped into various oldie clubs (day centres etc) and less wrinkly locations to give him an insight in what it would be like to be old.