The British Idiom – Life in the old dog
Definition of Life in the old dog
When we say “there’s life in the old dog yet” we are saying that though someone may be quite old, they are still capable of doing things.
Examples of Usage of Life in the old dog
I may be on the wrong side of seventy, but I can still learn to use a computer. There’s life in the old dog yet, you know. I’ve had this motorcycle for over thirty years and there’s life in the old dog yet.
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