Definition of 'middle-aged'
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One employee is seen grabbing the middle-aged man by his jacket and pulling him to the ground. The Sun (2016)Its lock was disabled by a middle-aged man who then pushed an elderly woman away on it. The Sun (2016)At reception stood a flustered middle-aged man requesting a room. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Take the lively middle-aged woman farther up the table. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One middle-aged woman in the group said she had considered moving to Canada. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The screaming was coming from a middle-aged woman in trainers and a tracksuit. Times, Sunday Times (2007)One middle-aged couple had grown up in church. Christianity Today (2000)But why is a cultured married middle-aged woman networking on the internet? Times, Sunday Times (2006) Young and middle-aged blokes see the doc much less often than women and elderly men. The Sun (2008)But it would also mean a ticket featuring two middle-aged white guys. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She had met a middle-aged lady in the lavatories who sympathised. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The clip shows a costumed man approach a middle-aged woman sitting by a bin. The Sun (2010)You notice that the couples are either very young or surprisingly middle-aged. Times, Sunday Times (2007)All contained the remains of young or middle-aged men. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A middle-aged white male member of the audience turned round towards him. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A middle-aged lady came in complaining of headaches. The Sun (2012)It has become a luxury for the middle-class and middle-aged. The Sun (2016)So: is it all over for the middle-aged white man? Times, Sunday Times (2014)At the X-ray machine the security officer was a middle-aged lady with a frisky look. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'middle-aged'
British English: middle-aged /ˈmɪdlˌeɪdʒd/ ADJECTIVE
Middle-aged people are between the ages of about 40 and 60.
...middle-aged, married businessmen.
- American English: middle-aged
- Arabic: كَهْلٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: de meia idade
- Chinese: 中年的
- Croatian: srednjih godina
- Czech: středního věku
- Danish: midaldrende
- Dutch: op middelbare leeftijd
- European Spanish: de mediana edad
- Finnish: keski-ikäinen
- French: d’âge mûr
- German: mittleren Alters
- Greek: μεσόκοπος
- Italian: di mezza età
- Japanese: 中年の
- Korean: 중년의
- Norwegian: middelaldrende
- Polish: w średnim wieku
- European Portuguese: de meia idade
- Romanian: între două vârste
- Russian: средних лет
- Spanish: de mediana edad
- Swedish: medelålders
- Thai: ซึ่งมีวัยกลางคน
- Turkish: orta yaşlı
- Ukrainian: середнього віку
- Vietnamese: trung niên
Definition of middle-aged from the Collins English Dictionary
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