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See also: agèd
- (all senses) IPA(key): /eɪdʒd/, enPR: ājd
Audio (US) (file)
- (alternative for adjective or noun senses) IPA(key): /ˈeɪ.dʒɪd/, enPR: āʹjĭd
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- Rhymes: -eɪdʒd, -eɪdʒɪd
- (chiefly non-US) Having the age of.
- Aged 18, he had no idea what to do with his life.
- 1865 October 6, “Court of Special Sessions”, in The New York Times:
- John Mathews, aged about 18, stood at the bar with his hands in his pockets, alike indifferent to a verdict of acquittal or guilty.
- 2012 March 22, Amy Chozick, “As Young Lose Interest in Cars, G.M. Turns to MTV for Help”, in The New York Times:
- Forty-six percent of drivers aged 18 to 24 said they would choose Internet access over owning a car, according to the research firm Gartner.
- Having undergone the improving effects of time; matured.
- (old): eldern, hoary; see also Thesaurus:old
- (having the age of): -year-old
- (undergone effects of time): matured
old — see also old
having the age of
undergone effects of time, improving in the process
aged pl (plural only)
- Old people, collectively.