From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaged 5/25 etcaged 5/25 etcAGE5 etc years oldaged 5/25 etc between 🔊 Police are looking for a man aged between 30 and 35. 🔊 The course is open to children aged 12 and over. →aged
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aged 5/25 etc• In 1990,8799 children mainly aged 5 to 11 years were eligible for the study.• The dead man, aged 25 to 30, was not named.• It overwhelmingly favours people aged 25 to 35.• More than half of working women are aged 25 to 44; more than seven in 10 are in the laborforce.• They also show absolutedeclines in the number of working men aged 25 to 44.• Darren, aged 5 years, had been found deliberately passing urine in the corner of his bedroomcarpet.• Mark, aged 5 years, showed a variety of behaviour problems at home.