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"You use words like “ascot” and “aperitif” without irony or humor."
This sentence is mentioned in a context that humorously describes what would someone's life be if he was an English Earl in the old times. I need Arabic equivalents of the words "ascot" and "aperitif" in a way that makes the words sound very old-fashioned to convey the meaning properly.