1) ('ei‹id old: an aged man.) viejo, anciano
2) (ei‹d of the age of: a child aged five.) de (cinco años) de edad
aged adj de ... años / a los ... años
I've got a sister aged 15 tengo una hermana de 15 años
1 viejo,-a, anciano,-a
the aged los ancianos nombre masculino plural
1 de (tantos años de) edad
a boy aged ten un muchacho de diez años
she died aged only 43 murió a la edad de sólo 43 años
aged adj
1) ['eɪʤəd, 'eɪʤd] old: anciano, viejo, vetusto
2) ['eɪʤd] (indicating a specified age)
a girl aged 10: una niña de 10 años de edad
anciano, -a adj.
de la edad de adj.
viejo, -a adj.

1) 'eɪdʒəd, 'eɪdʒɪd (elderly) anciano
2) eɪdʒd (pred)

he was aged 20 — tenía 20 años de edad

she died aged 60 — murió a los 60 años

II 'eɪdʒəd, 'eɪdʒɪd
plural noun

the aged — los ancianos, las personas de la tercera edad (frml)

1. ADJ
1) ['eɪdʒɪd]
(=old) viejo, anciano
2) [eɪdʒd]

aged 15 — de 15 años (de edad), que tiene 15 años

NPL ['eɪdʒɪd]

the aged — los ancianos mpl

* * *

1) ['eɪdʒəd, 'eɪdʒɪd] (elderly) anciano
2) [eɪdʒd] (pred)

he was aged 20 — tenía 20 años de edad

she died aged 60 — murió a los 60 años

II ['eɪdʒəd, 'eɪdʒɪd]
plural noun

the aged — los ancianos, las personas de la tercera edad (frml)

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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