age
n.
stage of life

1) to live to, reach an age

2) an advanced, (ripe) old, venerable age (she lived to a ripe old age)

3) an early, tender, young age (at an early age; at a very young age)

4) middle age

5) (a) college; high-school (AE); preschool; school age

6) (a) retirement, retiring (BE) age

7) a legal age; the age of consent

8) at an age (at a tender age; at the age of six)

9) of an age (people of all ages)

10) (misc.) to come of age ('to reach one's majority'); to look one's age ('to not have a youthful appearance')

era
period

11) to usher in an age (to usher in the computer age)

12) a golden; heroic age

13) the Dark; Middle ages (during the Middle ages)

14) the Bronze; Ice; Iron; nuclear; Stone age

15) in an age (in the nuclear age)

16) for ages

17) through the ages

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[eɪdʒ]
(ripe) old
Stone age
heroic age
nuclear
preschool
reach an age
retiring (BE) age
school age
the age of consent
to look one's age ('to not have a youthful appearance')
high-school (AE)
young age (at an early age; at a very young age)
Middle ages (during the Middle ages)
venerable age (she lived to a ripe old age)
(a) college
(a) retirement
['stage of life'] to live to
a golden
a legal age
an advanced
an early
for ages
middle age
the Bronze
the Dark
through the ages
(misc.) to come of age ('to reach one's majority')
at an age (at a tender age; at the age of six)
in an age (in the nuclear age)
of an age (people of all ages)
['era'] ['period'] to usher in an age (to usher in the computer age)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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  • age — n: the time of life at which some particular qualification, power, or capacity arises the voting age is 18 see also legal age, majority Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

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