Meaning of 老将

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lǎo jiàng (Trad.: 老將)
lit. old general; commander-in-chief 将帅 , the equivalent of king in Chinese chess; fig. old-timer; veteran
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Synonym: 宿将
Example Sentences
Looking good makes you feel good when you are dressed like the veteran runners.
He is a veteran in playing ping-pong.
In this context, the report read rather like a young sports champion consoling the veteran whom he has just bested.
Although his signing is a gamble, but for those who believe that the only veteran to do the replacement team, he is still valuable.
Good luck . . . but management veterans are not usually the best ones to judge the merits of investing in entirely new business models or making radical changes to existing models.