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  1. middle-aged

    • IPA[ˌmidl ˈājd]
    • adj.
      (of a person) aged about 45 to 65;characteristic or typical of middle-aged people
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    • 1. (of a person) aged about 45 to 65:

      the crowd was predominantly middle-aged

      the last-gasp ambitions of the middle-aged

    • 2. characteristic or typical of middle-aged people:

      a novel about middle-aged angst

    • n. the fat that may accumulate around the abdomen in middle age:

    • at 40, you developed something unavoidable called middle-aged spread

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    • n. the period after early adulthood and before old age, about 45 to 65.

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    • n. the period between early adulthood and old age, usually considered as the years from about 45 to 65.

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    • plural the period of European history from the fall of the Roman Empire in the West (5th century) to the fall of Constantinople (1453), or, more narrowly, from c. 1000 to 1453.

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    • plural the period of European history from the fall of the Roman Empire in the West (5th century) to the fall of Constantinople (1453), or, more narrowly, from c. 1100 to 1453.

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    • n. the fat that may accumulate around the areas of the abdomen and buttocks during one's middle age:

    • at 40, you developed something unavoidable called middle-age spread

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    • adj.
      (of a person) aged about 45 to 65:
    • the crowd was predominantly middle-aged

      the last-gasp ambitions of the middle-aged

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