Definition of 'chronological'
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See how your heart is ageing compared with your chronological age at nhs. Times, Sunday Times (2016)With longer, healthier life expectancy, a working life condition seems fairer than just using chronological age. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Add five years to your chronological age to see how your brain is ticking along. The Sun (2015)And a health age older than our chronological age also means we have a higher chance of dying too soon. The Sun (2014)It is important not to confuse a person's social age with his or her chronological age. Sociology (1995)I find that maturity does not necessarily match chronological age, at least not all the time. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Yet can we really turn back time and be - not just look - younger than our chronological age? Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is important not to confuse the sociological meaning of age with the notion of chronological age, the length of time a person has been alive. Sociology (1995)She'll have friends of all ages, and most of them will forget what her chronological age is in the pleasure of contact with her. Get the Best out of the Rest of Your Life (1990)
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Translations for 'chronological'
British English: chronological ADJECTIVE
If things are described or shown in chronological order, they are described or shown in the order in which they happened.
I have arranged these stories in chronological order.
Definition of chronological from the Collins English Dictionary
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