"yaşli" is for people (old man,old woman) and "eski" is for things
this needs more explanation in the notes I think.
Kind of like "young" and "new" in English!
Any difference between yaşlı and eski?
I think eski is used for things
it is, as Duedelue said above - ""yaşli" is for people (old man,old woman) and "eski" is for things"
What is different between " yaşlı adam" and " ahtiyar? As i hear, the people in turkey call somebody is old " ehtiyar "; just for old men, not old women,
The same meaning. But not "ehtiyar". "ihtiyar"