thirtyish

thirtyish

(ˈθɜːtɪɪʃ)
adj
1. informal (of a person) around thirty years of age
2. relating to or characteristic of the 1930's
Translations

thirtyish

[ˈθɜːtɪɪʃ] ADJtreintañero, de unos treinta años
he must be thirtyishdebe andar por los treinta

thirtyish

adjum die dreißig
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The Occasional Virgin follows two thirtyish Lebanese friends, Huda, a Muslim, and Yvonne, a Christian, pursuing successful careers in theatre and advertising in Canada and London.
As Ciro goes about his investigations, he repeatedly encounters a dark-haired, thirtyish man with a moustache, whose description corresponds precisely to that of the stepfather in Alice's narrative and to the photo of Dalmo that appears in the newspaper after he is killed.
Joaquin (Leonardo Sbaraglia) is a thirtyish paraplegic who lives in a large and beautiful, terraced house in Buenos Aires.
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We only have four players who are 30 or thirtyish and only four with 40 caps or more," said Hodgson.
Shannon looks for high-earning professionals in the "thirtyish" age range who have maxed out other retirement savings options and have a life insurance need.
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Lake Bell, playing one of a trio of single thirtyish women off for a camping trip on the tiny coastal New England island of their youth, puts it best: "This is SUCH a bad idea."
How could I have been so stupid?" Only the bumbling, overweight, thirtyish, stay-at-home Martin Kinney could have mistakenly flubbed his dying father's request with such gusto.
Her Soviet overlords have deposited the thirtyish Barbara (Nina Hoss) in a squalid apartment that indeed could be on loan from a David Lynch movie, complete with sputtering electrical outlets and a door chime that sounds like a cricket on steroids.
The recommended medical procedures covered in the article range from a prefrontal lobotomy performed on a "thirtyish Baltimore woman" to cure her "uncontrollable sex drive which her husband could not satisfy" to a cliterodectomy performed on a "young Chicago girl whose compulsive sexual drive was causing embarrassment to her family.
Dressed in a button-up wool jacket, she has shoulder-length hair with strait-cut bangs and appears twenty-something, thirtyish at best.