muy viejo
1. (extremely aged) 
a. very old 
El señor Ramirez está muy viejo, y su memoria está comenzando a fallar.Mr. Ramirez is very old, and his memory is starting to fail.
2. (excessively aged) 
a. too old 
Luke, estás muy viejo para estar pasando tanto tiempo jugando videojuegos.Luke, you're too old to be spending so much time playing video games.
3. (not new at all) 
a. very old 
El consumo de alcohol excesivo entre adolescentes es un problema muy viejo, y uno para el cual no hay solución perfecta.Binge drinking among teenagers is a very old problem, and one for which there is no perfect solution.
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