Definition of aged adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

      

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  1. 1
    NAmE//eɪdʒd//
     
    [not before noun] of the age of They have two children aged six and nine. volunteers aged between 25 and 40
  2. 2
    NAmE//ˈeɪdʒəd//
     
    (formal) very old my aged aunt Thesaurusoldelderly aged long-lived matureThese words all describe someone who or something that has lived for a long time or that usually lives for a long time.old having lived for a long time; no longer young:She's getting old—she'll be 75 next year.elderly (somewhat formal) used as a polite word for “old”:He is very busy caring for two elderly relatives.aged (formal) very old:Having aged relatives visiting you can be quite stressful.long-lived having a long life; lasting for a long time:Everyone in my family is exceptionally long-lived.mature used as a polite or humorous way of saying that somene is no longer young:clothes for the mature womanPatterns a(n) old/elderly/aged/long-lived/mature man/woman a(n) old/elderly/aged/mature gentleman/lady/couple
  3. 3the aged
    NAmE//ˈeɪdʒəd//
     
    noun [plural] very old people services for the sick and the aged
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