Definition of 'aged'
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British English: aged /eɪdʒd/ ADJECTIVE
You use aged followed by a number to say how old someone is.
They have a son aged five.
- American English: aged
- Arabic: عُمْره
- Brazilian Portuguese: com idade
- Chinese: …岁的
- Croatian: u dobi
- Czech: ve věku
- Danish: år gammel
- Dutch: oud
- European Spanish: de edad
- Finnish: ikääntynyt
- French: âgé
- German: bejahrt
- Greek: ηλικιωμένος
- Italian: di età
- Japanese: 年老いた
- Korean: 늙은
- Norwegian: gammel
- Polish: w podeszłym wieku
- European Portuguese: com a idade de
- Romanian: în vârstă
- Russian: лет возраста
- Spanish: años
- Swedish: i en ålder av
- Thai: อายุ...ปี
- Turkish: yaşlı
- Ukrainian: похилого віку
- Vietnamese: có tuổi là
British English: aged NOUN
the aged You can refer to all people who are very old as the aged.
...people who work with the aged.
Definition of aged from the Collins English Dictionary
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