Definition of golden oldie in English:

golden oldie

Syllabification: gold·en old·ie

noun

informal
An old song or movie that is still well known and popular.
More example sentences
  • Act One is Mickey reminiscing with anecdotes and songs (some golden oldies, some pyrite ones written by himself) and well-chosen film clips.
  • Twenty-two of the twenty-three numbers were golden oldies, many of them dating to the twenties and even the teens.
  • Fire Down Below may not be a quintessential golden oldie, but it's worth it if only for the well executed performances by its stars.

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