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Translation of antiguo

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antiguo old; former; ancient
antiguo antique

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Sample sentences:
Los antiguos romanos se creían con derecho a gobernar todo el mundo conocido por ellos.

Ancient Romans thought of themselves as having the right to govern the entire world known to them.
Los antiguos romanos llamaban bárbaros a todos los pueblos con una cultura diferente a la suya. Ancient Romans called all peoples with cultures different from theirs 'barbarians'.
Esta librería tiene libros usados antiguos difíciles de encontrar en otro lugar. That bookshop has old second-hand books difficult to find elsewhere.
antiguo old (thing)
antiguo old, former


The voyage ended finally. I packed my stuffed at around eight o'clock and hurried to the bus-terminal. I had little time left and was afraid that I would miss it and that I had to take the next one.
It comes not only from the need to feel superior (which would be a legitimate and natural desire), it is also the consequence of ignorance, believe in stereotypes and old-fashioned intolerance.
She claimed that in order to be old, one would need to have a baby. She touched a very sensitive point of every woman around thirty five; today we have a wonderfull daugther. The converstion with her was nice.