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Translation of "life expectancy" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

life expectancy

noun [C usually singular]    
the length of time that a living thing, especially a human being, is likely to live (尤指人的)预期寿命 Life expectancy in Europe has increased greatly in the 20th century. 欧洲人的预期寿命在20世纪大幅增长。 Life and living
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