If you say "Mi profesor viejo," your indicating your teacher old age-wise. I was wondering how you indicate that your talking about a past teacher.
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Probably the literal translation is not the usual way.
If you were referring to the previous, or immediately "past" teacher, I would say, "mi profesor anterior."