Definition of old lady in English:

old lady

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noun

1An elderly woman.
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  • Next we have his wife, the little old lady, sari and sneaker-sporting.
  • She was a lovely, motherly old lady with a mane of white hair wound into a compact bun.
  • She suddenly recognised the old lady as Sapna's mother.
1.1 (one's old lady) informal A person’s mother or a man’s wife or girlfriend: my old lady’s nearly ninety
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  • Denis called his fiancée ‘my old lady’.
  • Dru World Order is the ideal soundtrack for sipping Cristal, polishing your diamonds or making sweet love to your old lady.
2A brownish European moth with a creamy pattern on the wings.
  • Mormo maura, family Noctuidae

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