Definition of aged in English:

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  • 1 /eɪdʒd/ [predic. or postpositive] Having lived for a specified length of time; of a specified age: young people aged 14 to 18 he died aged 60
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    • Now aged 50, he lives in the family's ancestral home at Killeheen, near Reens Pike, west of the town, where he has his graphic design business.
    • This amazes me because when I was living in Edinburgh, aged 19, between college and university, I worked in a cafe for £2 an hour.
    • The sum of £109.45 is the ‘poverty line’ for pensioners, so how can someone aged 59 live on barely half as much?
  • 1.1(Of a horse or farm animal) over a certain defined age of maturity, typically 6 to 12 years for horses, 3 or 4 years for cattle.
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    • Ward, 41, planned on resting the mare and then showing her in next year's aged cow horse events.
    • Some horsemen refer to an aged horse as a ‘smooth mouth’ horse, regardless of the status of its teeth.
    • Further, owners must be refrained from selling unproductive aged cows and should be severely dealt for this criminal act.
  • 3 /eɪdʒd/ Having been subjected to ageing: replica guitar with aged finish
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    • These trends are reflected in new high-end mouldings that offer elegant, subtly aged finishes to complement interiors with a European feel.
    • Defenders of the president have suggested that the documents may have been made recently with a computer or word processor and then copied many times to give them an aged appearance.
    • To match the existing aged appearance, Duro-Tard surface retarder was rolled onto the forms that created the recessed panels.

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