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sage

adjective [not gradable]  us   /seɪdʒ/

sage adjective [not gradable] (WISE)

wise, esp. as a result of long experience: sage advice

sage

noun  us   /seɪdʒ/

sage noun (PLANT)

[U] an herb with gray-green leaves that is used to flavor foods in cooking

sage noun (WISE)

[C] a wise person, esp. an old man
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