English version

change of life

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Human
change of lifeˌchange of ˈlife noun [singular]  HBHthe menopause
Examples from the Corpus
change of lifeI enjoyed the complete change of life at Hinaidi.Many of them showed, by their marked change of life, that they had been truly converted.They looked empty and forlorn as if they had not yet adjusted themselves to their premature change of life.More difficult to practice for women with irregular cycles, after childbirth and at the change of life.When periods finally stop, she has reached the change of life menopause.We might think that this change of life would bring joy primarily to the person who is redeemed.
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