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Translation of "age" - English-Spanish dictionary

age

noun /eidʒ/
the amount of time during which a person or thing has existed edad He began learning piano at the age of six (years) What age is she? (often with capital) a particular period of time época, edad This machine was the wonder of the age the Middle Ages. the quality of being old edad This wine will improve with age With the wisdom of age, he regretted the mistakes he had made in his youth. (usually in plural) a very long time años, siglos We’ve been waiting (for) ages for a bus. aged adjective /ˈeidʒid/ old viejo, anciano an aged man. /eidʒd/ of the age of de (cinco años) de edad a child aged five. ageist /ˈeidʒist/ adjective discriminating against older people Discriminación por Edad ageist attitudes. ageless adjective never growing old or never looking older sin edad, eterno The sculpture has an ageless beauty. aging adjective Envejecimiento He has to look after his aging mother. age group noun people within a particular range of ages, considered as a group Edats Exercise classes are available for different age groups. age-old adjective done, known etc for a very long time ancestral an age-old custom. (come) of age (to become) old enough to be considered legally an adult (eg in Britain aged eighteen or over) Alcanzar Mayoria de Edad When he comes of age, he’s going to get married.
(Definition of age from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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