English to Welsh Meaning :: age

oedran, oed, oes, hoedran, hoedrannau, hoes, hoesau, hoesoedd, oedrannau, oesau, oesoeddheneiddio, heneiddiasant, heneiddia, heneiddia’, heneiddiaf, heneiddiai, heneiddiais, heneiddiaist, heneiddian, heneiddiant, heneiddiasai, heneiddiych, heneiddi, heneiddiasem, heneiddiasent, heneiddiasid, heneiddiasit, heneiddiasoch, heneiddiasom, heneiddiaswn, heneiddid, heneiddiech, heneiddied, heneiddiodd, heneiddiem, heneiddien, heneiddient, heneiddier, heneiddies, heneiddiest, heneiddiet, heneiddiff, heneiddioch, heneiddiasech, heneiddiom, heneiddion, heneiddiont, heneiddir, heneiddith, heneiddiwch, heneiddiwn, heneiddiwyd, heneiddiwyfheneiddio
Age :
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Noun(1) how long something has existed(2) an era of history having some distinctive feature(3) a time of life (usually defined in years(4) a prolonged period of time(5) a late time of life
Verb(1) begin to seem older; get older(2) grow old or older(3) make older

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(1) So what we see is not a story of the past, but today's stories set against the previous age or period.(2) his wife is the same age as Carla(3) children of primary school age(4) Well, seminar after seminar makes the point that bad news doesn't get better with age .(5) Her classes are suitable for people of any age and ability.(6) This is the age where the television performs the role of a baby-sitter, than a means of entertainment.(7) Only McKinlay survived, living to the age of 95 when he died in Glasgow in 1983.(8) He would have been remarkable in any age, in the age in which he lived, he is utterly amazing.(9) the Viking age(10) Astrella Celeste has been performing on stage with her father from a young age and in her own right.(11) At seventeen years of age and a senior at High School in Boston he was outstanding.(12) At one stage he decided to show his friends of his own age that he could fire an arrow.(13) the age of majority(14) Cathal is getting crankier with age(15) we didn't have a clue how to age these animals(16) Cheeses age at different rates and must be held at constant temperatures to achieve their optimum flavour.
Related Words
(1) old age ::
henaint
Synonyms
Noun
1. number of years ::
nifer o flynyddoedd
3. era ::
cyfnod
4. a long time ::
amser maith
5. eld ::
eld
Verb
7. mature ::
aeddfed
9. senesce ::
senesce
Different Forms
age, ageism, ageist, ageists, ageless, ages, aging, agings
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

We happen to live
in a golden age of television.

We happen to live in a golden AGE of television.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 20


When I was your age, you could
have me for a car ride

When I was your AGE, you could have me for a car ride

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 6


You\'re small for your age.

You're small for your AGE.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 7


I\'m playing \

I'm playing "Age of Conan," an online multiplayer game...

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 3


HARALDSON: What age are you, boy?
Thirteen.

HARALDSON: What AGE are you, boy? Thirteen.

Vikings Season 1, Episode 3


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