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Definition of oldie

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

Definitions include: the event in which a DJ is playing records ("spinning") and doesn't properly match beat tempos while transitioning ("crossfading") from one track to another.
Definitions include: acronym for "drum and bass", a style of electronic music.
Definitions include: a song or song fragment that gets stuck in one's head.
Definitions include: song.
Definitions include: "pop" (popular) music aimed at the young, characterized by being upbeat rather than complex.
Definitions include: a disrespectful, rude, or otherwise unpleasant person.
Definitions include: the frequency a song is broadcast.
Definitions include: a song.
Definitions include: a genre of music that, among other characteristics, is emotional and melodramatic.
Definitions include: to play the piano.
Definitions include: a girl with no class, style or dignity.
Definitions include: to get along well in a relationship.
Definitions include: to sing well.
Definitions include: a form of dance/mime in which a person mimes playing a guitar while music is playing.
Definitions include: annoyed, angry, upset, disappointed.

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Other terms relating to 'oldie':

Definitions include: a classic.

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