aged Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “aged” in the English Dictionary

"aged" in British English

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agedadjective

uk   us  

aged adjective (AGE)

A2 uk   us   /eɪdʒd/ [before noun] of the ​age of: They've got one ​daughter, Isabel, aged three.
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aged adjective (OLD)

uk   us   /ˈeɪ.dʒɪd/ old: She has two ​rather aged ​aunts.

agednoun [plural]

uk   us   /ˈeɪdʒɪd/
the aged oldpeople when ​considered as a ​group: The ​hospital was ​built to ​meet the ​needs of the aged.
(Definition of aged from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"aged" in American English

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agedadjective

 us   /ˈeɪ·dʒɪd/
old: an aged man

agedplural noun

 us   /ˈeɪ·dʒɪd/
oldpeople: The ​apartment was ​built to ​meet the ​needs of the aged.
(Definition of aged from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “aged”
in Arabic يَبلُغ مِن العُمْر…
in Korean -살의…
in Portuguese de idade…
in Catalan de … anys…
in Japanese ~歳の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 岁数, …岁…
in Turkish yaşlı, yaşlanmış…
in Russian -летний, в возрасте стольких-то лет…
in Chinese (Traditional) 歲數, …歲…
in Italian di… anni…
in Polish w wieku…
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