1. Pozno doba života, staračko doba.
2. Godine života.
age / eɪdʒ /
ETYM Old Fren. aage, eage, French âge, from Latin aetas through a supposed Late Lat. aetaticum. Latin aetas is contracted from aevitas, from aevum lifetime, age; akin to Eng. aye ever. Related to Each.
1. A historic period.
2. A time in life (usually defined in years) at which some particular qualification or power arises.
3. How long something has existed.
4. A prolonged period of time
5. A late time of life
antiquity / æntɪkwəti /
ETYM Latin antiquitas, from antiquus: cf. French antiquité. Related to Antique.
1. An artifact surviving from the past.
2. The historic period preceding the Middle Ages in Europe.
Later years of life. The causes of progressive degeneration of bodily and mental processes associated with it are still not precisely known, but every one of the phenomena of aging can occur at almost any age, and the process does not take place throughout the body at an equal rate. Geriatrics is the branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of disease in the elderly.
Normally, aging begins after about 30. The arteries start to lose their elasticity, so that a greater strain is placed on the heart. The resulting gradual impairment of the blood supply is responsible for many of the changes, but between 30 and 60 there is a period of maturity in which aging usually makes little progress. Research into the process of aging (gerontology) includes study of dietary factors and the mechanisms behind structural changes in the tissues. Old age in itself is not a disease.
Time of life; SYN. years, age.
senility / sənɪləti /
ETYM Cf. French sénilité.
The state of being senile.
seniority / sinjɔːrəti /
Sinonimi: senior status · higher status · higher rank
Higher rank than that of others especially by reason of longer service; SYN. senior status, higher status, higher rank.