Definition of old-fangled in English:

old-fangled

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adjective

Old-fashioned.
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  • The best film of 2003 is available on DVD (and old-fangled videotape)
  • One of the villagers showed him an old-fangled film projector which his paternal grandfather had requisitioned to show movies to the villagers.
  • The assumption continues to be an old-fangled, and, I'd argue, antiquated one: that the media will, in the end, always represent a mainstream, establishment consensus view.

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