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"age group" in British English

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age groupnoun [C]

uk   /ˈeɪdʒ ˌɡruːp/  us   /ˈeɪdʒ ˌɡruːp/ (also age range, age bracket)
people of a ​similarage, ​considered as a ​group: 51 ​percent of ​enquiries were from those in the 25 to 40 ​agegroup.
(Definition of age group from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"age group" in Business English

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age groupnoun [C]

uk   us  
a ​group of ​people who are the same age or a similar age: in/of the same age group According to the ​study, childless women between 25 and 35 ​earn about 90 ​cents for every ​dollarearned by men in the same age ​group.11-14/25-35/50-65, etc age group The new radio ​station is ​aimed at the 15-24 age ​group.older/younger age group Insurance ​premiums for the oldest age ​group should be around $30 a month.across/for/in all age groups The ​averagedebt across all age ​groups at the end of September was £24,063.
(Definition of age group from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “age group”
in Chinese (Simplified) 年龄组,年龄段…
in Turkish yaş grubu…
in Russian возрастная группа…
in Chinese (Traditional) 年齡組,年齡段…
in Polish grupa wiekowa…
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