fortyish

fortyish

(ˈfɔːtɪɪʃ)
adj
looking about forty years of age
Translations

fortyish

[ˈfɔːtɪɪʃ] ADJde unos cuarenta años
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We meet the tetchy fortyish English zoologist as she takes a short leave from her wolf-recovery project in Idaho to consult for Thomas Pennington, the Earl of Annerdale, about his plans to "rewild" his private Cumbrian estate, the largest in England, located forty miles south of the Scottish border.
Tam Lum has an affair with Chans daughter, a fortyish ex-nun, whom he impregnates, and helps her father get plastic surgery so that he can win a Golden Gloves tournament and move on to succeed Sabu.
It emerges that she is on her way to a blind date with fortyish divorce Jack (Pegg), arranged on the basis of their mutual interest in the book.
In its nimble, sympathetic treatment of Maria's self-doubts and her interactions with not only Valentine but also stage and screen professionals, Assayas's film recalls another great hall-of-mirrors work about a fortyish leading lady who is wildly conflicted about her latest stage role: John Cassavetes's Opening Night (1977), starring Gena Rowlands.
When the person's meek, "Oh" isn't enough to convince me they know I mean Rome, New York and not, somehow, Italy, I follow up with, "It's about fortyish miles east of Syracuse .
I was very fortunate because Max Carey--he was a father figure to me, he was probably fortyish at that time, very handsome, good-looking man--he took good care of his girls.
One of these lives is that of a fortyish man, Weichung (portrayed by Richie Jen), whom we see pensively standing before the bathroom mirror, his mind clouded with questions.
Professor Cohen describes a similar phenomenon: "Not long ago, I asked a fortyish Chinese businessman whether he used lawyers in his work.
We are tracking in on a fortyish man in Bermuda shorts and sunglasses at the dairy case.
I am a fortyish, middle-class, black American male with a teaching position at a large state university in California.
How many other fortyish Englishmen could have managed a comparable feat of self-discipline?
Edson, a Pai de Santo (13) who was fortyish and self-described as cor de leite (the [skin] color of milk), spoke to me about food and eating outside of the Comida de Santo he consumed in his terreiro: "I love feijoada.