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Japanese translation of “age”

age

noun
 
/eɪdʒ/
A1 the number of years that someone has lived, or that something has existed
年, 年齢
Mozart died at the age of 35. a child under/over the age of five Some trees live to a great age. Their son is your age (= as old as you are).
B1 a period of history
年代, 時代
the Ice Age
[no plural] the state of being old
高齢, 老齢, 年
Some wines improve with age.
ages [plural] (also an age) mainly UK informal B1 a very long time
長い間
I’ve been waiting here for ages.
(Definition of age noun from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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