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any old

Definition of any old in English:

Any item of a specified type (used to show that no particular individual is in question): any old room would have done
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  • It's so simple that any old sailor and any old journalist can litigate it in less than two minutes.
  • This wasn't just any old fad, though, but one which has dominated western eating habits for almost the last eight years.
  • People are saying they don't want any old tat, they want to find quality and they want to find a bargain, that is special and unique.
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