empty nester Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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empty nester

noun [C, usually plural]
 
 
( also nester)
a person whose adult children have left home: Cruise companies tend to cater to empty nesters who finally have both the time and the money to travel the world.
Translations of “empty nester”
in Chinese (Traditional) 空巢老人(子女長大離家)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 空巢老人(子女长大离家)…
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