age group


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age group

n.
A group of people who are the same age or in the same range of ages.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.age group - a group of people having approximately the same ageage group - a group of people having approximately the same age
people - (plural) any group of human beings (men or women or children) collectively; "old people"; "there were at least 200 people in the audience"
aged, elderly - people who are old collectively; "special arrangements were available for the aged"
youth, young - young people collectively; "rock music appeals to the young"; "youth everywhere rises in revolt"
Translations

age group

ngenerazione f
the 40 to 50 age group → le persone fra i 40 e i 50 anni
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Female study participants in this age group who were more compliant had very little food choices within their budget as some of them had children to feed.
Darcey Moriarty (9 years age group) produced an excellent 200 IM and narrowly missed out on taking the top girl spot for her age group.
In the boys 400m freestyle, Sean McCann won the 13 yrs age group and William Bell also placed first in the 16yrs & over age group, with Will Stone finishing 6th (15yrs) and Sandy Jarvis - 7th (16 yrs & over).
The influence of aging on auditory evoked potential in advanced age group.
The sexual maturity age of females and males was determined to be II age group and first sexual maturity.
The under-8, -10, - 12, -14, -16 and open age group swimmers of various schools and colleges from all across the province will participate in the event.
A quarter of men aged 65 and over of also drink on five or more days (also the highest of any age group of men).
A quarter of men aged 65 and over also drink on five or more days (also the highest of any age group of men).
However, the risks for complications were higher in the older age group compared to the younger age group.
Nine suicides were recorded among people aged 15-19 years, 21 among 20-24 year-olds, 16 among 25-29 year-olds, 17 in the 30-34 aged group, 20 in the 35-39 age group, 20 among 40-44 year-olds, 19 among 45-49 year-olds, 13 in the 50-54 age category, 13 among 55-59 year-olds, 11 among 60-64 year-olds, 6 in the 65-69 age bracket, 7 among 70-74 year-olds, 4 in the 75-79 age group, 6 in the 80-84 age group and 3 among those 84 and over.
While a systematic 5-year age group structure is relatively easy to administer and makes it relatively easy to recognise class boundaries, this structure potentially creates a relative age effect in the masters age groups with a bias in favour of relatively younger athletes.
1% of Bulgariaas population will belong to the 0-14 age group, 50.