English

Detailed Synonyms for aged in English

aged:

aged adj

  1. aged
    aged
  2. aged
    elderly; aged; old
  3. aged
  4. aged
    – (used of tobacco) aging as a preservative process (`aged' is pronounced as one syllable) 1
    cured; aged
    – (used of tobacco) aging as a preservative process (`aged' is pronounced as one syllable) 1
  5. aged
    – of wines, fruit, cheeses; having reached a desired or final condition; (`aged' pronounced as one syllable) 1
    aged; ripened
    – of wines, fruit, cheeses; having reached a desired or final condition; (`aged' pronounced as one syllable) 1
  6. aged
    – advanced in years; (`aged' is pronounced as two syllables) 1
    elderly; senior; older; aged
    – advanced in years; (`aged' is pronounced as two syllables) 1
    • elderly adj
      • elderly residents could remember the construction of the first skyscraper1
    • senior adj
      • senior citizen1
    • older adj
    • aged adj
      • aged members of the society1
  7. aged
    – having attained a specific age; (`aged' is pronounced as one syllable) 1
    aged; of age
    – having attained a specific age; (`aged' is pronounced as one syllable) 1
  8. aged
    – at an advanced stage of erosion (pronounced as one syllable) 1
    aged
    – at an advanced stage of erosion (pronounced as one syllable) 1
    • aged adj
      • aged rocks1

aged [the ~] noun

  1. the aged
    the elderly; the aged
  2. the aged
    – people who are old collectively 1
    the elderly; the aged
    – people who are old collectively 1
    • elderly [the ~] noun
    • aged [the ~] noun
      • special arrangements were available for the aged1

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Related Definitions for "aged":

  1. (used of tobacco) aging as a preservative process (`aged' is pronounced as one syllable)1
  2. of wines, fruit, cheeses; having reached a desired or final condition; (`aged' pronounced as one syllable)1
    • mature well-aged cheeses1
  3. advanced in years; (`aged' is pronounced as two syllables)1
    • aged members of the society1
  4. having attained a specific age; (`aged' is pronounced as one syllable)1
    • aged ten1
  5. at an advanced stage of erosion (pronounced as one syllable)1
    • aged rocks1
  6. people who are old collectively1
    • special arrangements were available for the aged1

age:

age [the ~] noun

  1. the age
    the age
    • age [the ~] noun
  2. the age
    the era; the period; the epoch; the age
  3. the age
    the time
    – an indefinite period (usually marked by specific attributes or activities) 1
    • time [the ~] noun
      • he waited a long time1
      • the time of year for planting1
      • he was a great actor in his time1
    the period; the epoch; the era; the age
  4. the age
    the old age; the age
  5. the age
    the life span; the age; the lifetime
  6. the age
    the era; the calendar; the age
  7. the age
    – how long something has existed 1
    the age
    – how long something has existed 1
    • age [the ~] noun
      • it was replaced because of its age1
  8. the age
    – a time of life (usually defined in years) at which some particular qualification or power arises 1
    the age; the eld
    – a time of life (usually defined in years) at which some particular qualification or power arises 1
    • age [the ~] noun
      • she was now of school age1
    • eld [the ~] noun
      • tall for his eld1
  9. the age
    – a late time of life 1
    the age; the old age; the years; the eld; the geezerhood
    – a late time of life 1
    • age [the ~] noun
      • age hasn't slowed him down at all1
    • old age [the ~] noun
      • old age is not for sissies1
    • years [the ~] noun
      • he's showing his years1
    • eld [the ~] noun
      • a beard white with eld1
    • geezerhood [the ~] noun
      • on the brink of geezerhood1
  10. the age
    – a prolonged period of time 1
    the age; the long time; the years
    – a prolonged period of time 1
    • age [the ~] noun
      • we've known each other for ages1
    • long time [the ~] noun
    • years [the ~] noun
      • I haven't been there for years and years1
  11. the age
    – an era of history having some distinctive feature 1
    the age; the historic period
    – an era of history having some distinctive feature 1
  12. the age
    – The amount of time that has elapsed since an alert was triggered through MOM. 2
    the age
    – The amount of time that has elapsed since an alert was triggered through MOM. 2
    • age [the ~] noun

to age verb (ages, aged, ageing)

  1. to age
    to ripen; to mature; to age
    • ripen verb (ripens, ripened, ripening)
    • mature verb (matures, matured, maturing)
    • age verb (ages, aged, ageing)
  2. to age
    – grow old or older 1
    to mature; to age; to get on; maturate; senesce
    – grow old or older 1
    • mature verb (matures, matured, maturing)
    • age verb (ages, aged, ageing)
      • She aged gracefully1
      • we age every day--what a depressing thought!1
    • get on verb (gets on, got on, getting on)
    • maturate verb
    • senesce verb
      • Young men senesce1
  3. to age
    – begin to seem older; get older 1
    to age
    – begin to seem older; get older 1
    • age verb (ages, aged, ageing)
      • The death of his wife caused him to age fast1
  4. to age
    – make older 1
    to age
    – make older 1
    • age verb (ages, aged, ageing)
      • The death of his child aged him tremendously1
  5. to age
    – To become mature or past due, as in a mature account or a past due account. 2
    to age
    – To become mature or past due, as in a mature account or a past due account. 2
    • age verb (ages, aged, ageing)
  6. to age
    – To calculate the number of days that customer and supplier accounts have been outstanding. 2
    to age
    – To calculate the number of days that customer and supplier accounts have been outstanding. 2
    • age verb (ages, aged, ageing)

Conjugations for age:

present
  1. age
  2. age
  3. ages
  4. age
  5. age
  6. age
simple past
  1. aged
  2. aged
  3. aged
  4. aged
  5. aged
  6. aged
present perfect
  1. have aged
  2. have aged
  3. has aged
  4. have aged
  5. have aged
  6. have aged
past continuous
  1. was ageing
  2. were ageing
  3. was ageing
  4. were ageing
  5. were ageing
  6. were ageing
future
  1. shall age
  2. will age
  3. will age
  4. shall age
  5. will age
  6. will age
continuous present
  1. am ageing
  2. are ageing
  3. is ageing
  4. are ageing
  5. are ageing
  6. are ageing
subjunctive
  1. be aged
  2. be aged
  3. be aged
  4. be aged
  5. be aged
  6. be aged
diverse
  1. age!
  2. let's age!
  3. aged
  4. ageing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

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Related Definitions for "age":

  1. how long something has existed1
    • it was replaced because of its age1
  2. a time of life (usually defined in years) at which some particular qualification or power arises1
    • she was now of school age1
  3. a late time of life1
    • age hasn't slowed him down at all1
  4. a prolonged period of time1
    • we've known each other for ages1
  5. an era of history having some distinctive feature1
    • we live in a litigious age1
  6. grow old or older1
    • She aged gracefully1
    • we age every day--what a depressing thought!1
  7. begin to seem older; get older1
    • The death of his wife caused him to age fast1
  8. make older1
    • The death of his child aged him tremendously1
  9. To become mature or past due, as in a mature account or a past due account.2
  10. The amount of time that has elapsed since an alert was triggered through MOM.2
  11. To calculate the number of days that customer and supplier accounts have been outstanding.2

Related Synonyms for aged