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Definition of an oldie



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Other terms relating to 'music (related to)':

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Definitions include: abbreviated form of "competition".
Definitions include: a bad odor.
Definitions include: turntables.
Definitions include: to perform music enthusiastically.
Definitions include: a karaoke singer.
Definitions include: old-fashioned.
Definitions include: a girl with no class, style or dignity.
Definitions include: "pop" (popular) music aimed at the young, characterized by being upbeat rather than complex.
Definitions include: one's game
Definitions include: a song or song fragment that gets stuck in one's head.

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Other terms relating to 'oldie':

Definitions include: a classic.

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