old-fashioned
adjective
1. (outdated) 
I'm surprised to hear such old-fashioned ideas coming from someone in their twenties.Me sorprende oír ideas tan pasadas de moda de alguien que tiene veintitantos años.
Grandma is too old-fashioned to accept that you're dating someone of a different religion.La abuela es demasiado chapada a la antigua como para aceptar que estás saliendo con alguien de una religión diferente.
c. anticuado 
The food was good, but the old-fashioned decor did nothing for me.La comida estuvo buena, pero la decoración anticuada no me gustó.
2. (traditional) 
My dad knows how to make old-fashioned ice cream from fresh ingredients by hand.Mi papá sabe hacer helado tradicional a mano con ingredientes frescos.
I'm looking forward to an old-fashioned Christmas with the whole family and all of our traditions.Tengo muchas ganas de una Navidad a la antigua con toda la familia y todas nuestras tradiciones.
old-fashioned
adjective
1. (outdated) 
a. anticuado(a) 
2. (from former times) 
a. tradicional, antiguo(a) 
the old-fashioned waya la antigua
old-fashioned [ˈəʊldˈfæʃnd]
adjective
1 (outmoded) [+thing] anticuado; pasado de moda; [+person, attitude] anticuado; chapado a la antigua
good old-fashioned honesty la honestidad de toda la vida
2 (Britain) (disapproving)
to give sb an old-fashioned look mirar a algn con extrañeza
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