Translation of edad in English:

edad

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  • 1 (de una persona, un árbol) age un joven de unos quince años de edad a boy of about fifteen ¿qué edad tiene/le calculas? how old is he/do you think he is? a la edad de veinte años at (the age of) twenty tienen la misma edad they are the same age aparenta más edad de la que tiene she looks older than she is niños de edades comprendidas entre los siete y los catorce años children between the ages of seven and fourteen su marido le dobla la edad her husband is twice her age se saca or quita la edad (América Latina/Latin America) he makes out (that) he's younger than he actually is aún no tiene edad para decidir por sí mismo he's still not old enough to decide for himself yo a tu edad ya ayudaba en casa at your age I was already helping around the house de edad madura or de mediana edad middle-aged una persona de edad an elderly person un señor de cierta edad a gentleman of a certain age una niña de corta edad a young girl desde temprana edad from an early age a tan tierna edad at such a young o/or tender age yo ya no estoy en edad de hacer esas cosas I'm too old for that sort of thing niños en edad escolar children of school age la edad adulta adulthood estar en edad de merecer [ant o/or hum] to be of courting age [anticuado/dated]

    Compounds

    edad de la punzada

    • (México/Mexico) [familiar/colloquial] edad del pavo

    edad del pavo

    • [familiar/colloquial] están en la edad del pavo they're at that awkward age

    edad electoral

    edad mental

    edad penal

    • age of criminal o/or legal responsibility

    edad viril

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