age bracket


age bracket
'age .bracket
n
the people between two particular ages, considered as a group
in the ... age bracket
single people in the 40-50 age bracket

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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  • age bracket — age ,bracket noun count the range between two particular ages: This promotion is aimed at people in the 50 60 age bracket …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • age-bracket — ageˈ bracket noun The people between particular ages, taken as a group • • • Main Entry: ↑age …   Useful english dictionary

  • age bracket — noun a group of people having approximately the same age • Syn: ↑age group, ↑cohort • Hypernyms: ↑people • Hyponyms: ↑aged, ↑elderly, ↑young, ↑youth …   Useful english dictionary

  • age bracket — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms age bracket : singular age bracket plural age brackets the range between two particular ages people in the 50–60 age bracket …   English dictionary

  • age bracket — /ˈeɪdʒ brækət/ (say ayj brakuht) noun an age category, often with defined limits: the 20 to 30 age bracket …   Australian English dictionary

  • age bracket — noun (C) the people between two particular ages, considered as a group: single people in the 40 50 age bracket …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • age bracket — n. age group, group of people who are approximately the same age …   English contemporary dictionary

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