aging

listen to the pronunciation of aging
İngilizce - Türkçe
yaşlanan

Bu ülkenin yaşlanan bir nüfusu var. - This country has an aging population.

Yaşlanan bir nüfus sağlık üzerinde daha fazla harcama gerektirecektir. - An aging population will require more spending on health care.

yıllanma
yıpranma
(Gıda) olgunlaşma
(Ticaret) sıraya koymak
yaşlanmak
(Gıda) eti dinlendirmek
olgunlaştırma
yaşlandırarak
(Denizbilim) yaşlnma
(İnşaat) yaşlandırmak
yaşlandırma
eskime
{f} yaşlandır
yaşlanma

Fiziksel değişiklikler doğrudan yaşlanmayla ilgilidir. - Physical changes are directly related to aging.

Yaşlanma hiçbir şeye mal olmaz. - Aging doesn't cost anything.

{f} yaşlandir
yıllanma/yaşlanma
yaşlan

O yaşlanan film yıldızı üç kez yüz gerdirme ameliyatı oldu. - That aging film star has had three facelifts.

Ülkenin yaşlanan nüfusunu telafi etmek için, hükümet doğum ve göç oranlarını önemli ölçüde artırmak için adımlar atmaya karar verdi. - In order to compensate for the country's aging population, the government has decided to take steps to significantly increase birth and immigration rates.

{f} yaşlan: prep.yaşlanarak
kocayan
(Mimarlık) (US) yaşlanma
yaşlanma hali veya belirtileri
ihtiyarlayan
{i} ihtiyarlama
yaşlandıkça
yaşlanmayı
age
yaş

Altı yaşında o, daktiloyu kullanmayı öğrendi ve öğretmenine el ile yazmayı öğrenmesine gerek kalmadığını söyledi. - At the age of six he had learned to use the typewriter and told the teacher that he did not need to learn to write by hand.

Bilim yaş ile otomatik olarak gelmez. - Wisdom does not automatically come with age.

age
çağ

Bu bilgi çağıdır, ve bilgisayarlar günlük hayatımızda gittikçe önemli rol oynuyorlar. - This is the age of information, and computers are playing an increasingly important role in our everyday life.

Biz atom çağında yaşıyoruz. - We live in the atomic age.

aging treatment
yaşlandırma işlemi
aging effect
(Tıp) yaşlanma
aging process
yaşlanma süreci
aging test
yaşlanma testi
aging men
yaşlanan erkekler
aging in place
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yerinde yaşlanma
aging out
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) uslanma
aging receivables
(Ticaret) alacakların sıralanması
aging report
(Ticaret) yaşlandırma raporu
aging test
yaslanma testi
age
{i} devir
AGE
(Askeri) hava-uzay yer teçhizatı (aerospace ground equipment)
age
senelerce

Senelerce Tom'u görmedim. - I haven't seen Tom in ages.

age
eskitmek
age
eskimek
age
zaman

İskoçyalı ve en az on iki yıllık değilse, o zaman viski değildir. - If it's not from Scotland and it hasn't been aged at least twelve years, then it isn't whisky.

Son karşılaştığımızdan beri oldukça uzun zaman oldu. - It's been quite ages since we last met.

age
(Askeri) dönem

Tüm dünya bir sahnedir, insanlar da yalnızca birer oyuncu. Sahneye girer, çıkarlar ve zamanları boyunca yedi dönemden oluşan birçok oyun sergilerler. - All the world is a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts, his acts being seven ages.

Nükleer enerjinin dönemi henüz bitmedi. - The age of nuclear power is not yet over.

ageing
bir yıllık
ageing
zamanla eskime
anti-aging treatment
gençleştirme tedavisi, gençleştirme uygulaması
natural aging
doğal yaşlanma
age
ihtiyarlamak
age
ihtiyarlatmak
age
yaşlılık

İki yıl önce yaşlılıktan öldü. - He died of old age two years ago.

Yaşlılık günlerim için para tasarruf ediyorum. - I'm saving money for my old age.

age
çok uzun zaman

Çok uzun zamandır tavla oynamadım. - I haven't played backgammon in ages.

Bunu çok uzun zamandır yapmadım. - I haven't done this in ages.

age
(şarap/vb.) yıllanmak
age
{f} yaşlan

Bakım onu çabuk yaşlandırdı. - Care aged him quickly.

İlaç firması yaşlanma sürecini durdurmak için hayat iksirini arıyor. - The pharmaceutical company is looking for the Elixir of Life to stop the ageing process.

age
yıllandırmak
age
rüşt

Henry bu mart ayında rüştünü ispatlayacak. - Henry will come of age this March.

age
yaşı
age
çağın
age
yaşlar
age
yaştan
anti aging
anti-aging
anti-aging
Yaşlanmayı geciktirici
artificial aging
(Mühendislik) suni yaşlanma
cheese aging
(Gıda) Çoğu zaman "curing" ve "ripening" ile eş-anlamlı olarak kullanılır. Peynirin dikkatle kontrol edilen bir çevrede tutularak türüne özgü tat ve rayihayı veren mikro organizmaların gelişmesi için bir süre bekletilmesi. Bakınız cheese ripening ve cheese curing
to aging
yıllatmak
to aging
yaşlandırmak
accelerated aging test
(Tekstil) Süratli eskime deneyi
age
eskit

Eğer İskoçya'dan gelmiyorsa ve en az on iki yıl eskitilmediyse o zaman o, viski değildir. - If it's not from Scotland and it hasn't been aged at least twelve years, then it isn't whisky.

age
reşit olma

O reşit olmadan önce öldü. - She died before coming of age.

age
{i} erginlik
age
{f} yaşlanmak

Yaşlanmak iyi değildir ama alternatifi daha iyi değildir. - Ageing isn't good, but the alternative is no better.

Yaşlanmaktan kaçamazsın. - You can't run away from age.

age
(Tekstil) buharlamak
age
çoktan beri
age
{f} yıpratmak
age
dark ages karanlık devirler
age
chronological age kronolojik yaş
age
under age reşit olmamı
age
mental age zekâ yaşı
age
{i} asır
age
{f} yaşlandırmak
age
of age reşit
age
{f} kocamak
age
rüştünü ispat etmiş
age
asırlar
ageing
yaşlandırma
ageing
{i} ihtiyarlama
ageing
{i} yaşlanma

İlaç firması yaşlanma sürecini durdurmak için hayat iksirini arıyor. - The pharmaceutical company is looking for the Elixir of Life to stop the ageing process.

Yaşlanma ölmek zorunda olduğunuz bir hastalıktır. - Ageing is a disease that you must die of.

ageing
{i} eskime
ageing
(Tekstil) buharlama
cell aging
(Biyoloji,Tıp) hücre yaşlanması
interrupted aging
kesintili yaşlanma
interrupted aging
ara verilmiş yaşlanma
ozone aging test chamber
(İnşaat) ozon dayanım test odası
primary aging
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) birincil yaşlanma
progressive aging
ilerleyici yaşlanma
progressive aging
ilerleyen yaşlanma
secondary aging
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ikincil yaşlanma
sensitivity to aging
eskimeye karşı hassaslık
İngilizce - İngilizce
Allowing something to become older

The owner asked the clerk to age some big bills that were due.

Present participle of age
The process of becoming older or more mature
Becoming senescent; accumulating damage to macromolecules, cells, tissues and organs with the passage of time
Becoming elderly

The aging artist could no longer steadily hold the brush.

The deliberate act of making something (such as an antique) appear older than it is
An increase in the proportion of the population in the older ages May also be measured as an increase in the median age of the population
The systematic change in frequency over time because of internal changes in the oscillator For example, a 100 kHz quartz oscillator may age until its frequency becomes 100 01 kHz (see drift) NOTE: Aging is the frequency change with time when factors external to the oscillator such as environment and power supply are kept constant
Changes in physical and mechanical properties that occur when low carbon steel is stored for some time Aging is also accelerated by exposure of steel to elevated temperatures
the effect on materials that are exposed to an environment for an interval of time
acquiring desirable qualities by being left undisturbed for some time
(1) (steaming) the curing of screen printed decorations on textiles by application of moist heat to fix the colors into the fibers and to remove the stiffness (hand) induced by normally air dried imprints; (2) the change or changes undergone by a material as a result of the passage of time
The physical and/or chemical change of a material with respect to time, under defined environmental conditions, leading to improvement or deterioration of properties
Changes in properties of rubber occurring with the passage of time Qualification of this term is usually necessary, e g , heat aging, light aging
A classification of accounts by the time elapsed since the billing date or due date Aging is divided into schedules or accounting periods, such as 0-30 days, 31-60 days, and so on
The change in the properties of a material over time and under varying conditions of humidity, temperature, pressure, etc
A change in properties of metals and alloys which occurs slowly at room temperature and will proceed rapidly at higher temperatures The change in properties is often, but not always, due to a phase change (precipitation), but never involves a change in chemical composition of the metal or alloy See also Age Hardening See Precipitation Hardening
growing old
{i} maturing; growing older; maturing of financial accounts
The process of, or the results of, exposure of plastics to natural or artificial environmental conditions for a prolonged period of time
The systematic change in frequency with time due to internal changes in the crystal and/or oscillator Aging is often expressed as a maximum value in parts per million per year [ppm/year] The rate of aging is typically greatest during the first 30 to 60 days after which time the aging rate decreases The following factors effect crystal aging: adsorption and desorption of contamination on the surfaces of the quartz, stress relief of the mounting and bonding structures, material outgassing, and seal integrity
see age see ageing. becoming old. ageing the process of getting old. Gradual change in an organism that leads to increased risk of weakness, disease, and death. It takes place in a cell, an organ, or the total organism over the entire adult life span of any living thing. There is a decline in biological functions and in ability to adapt to metabolic stress. Changes in organs include the replacement of functional cardiovascular cells with fibrous tissue. Overall effects of aging include reduced immunity, loss of muscle strength, decline in memory and other aspects of cognition, and loss of colour in the hair and elasticity in the skin. In women, the process accelerates after menopause. See also gerontology and geriatrics
The change of a material with time under defined conditions, leading to either an improvement or deterioration of properties
The separation of invoices, orders, inventory and production lots into time buckets based on due dates, receipt dates, expiration dates, or other factors Used to focus attention on past due and most urgent items
the organic process of growing older and showing the effects of increasing age
when applied to foods, such as wine, cheese, or beef, aging is the process of allowing a product time to mature Aging allows beef to become more tender and develop fuller flavour Galloway by Choice beef is traditional dry aged for at least three weeks The beef is then cut, cryovac packaged, and shipped Further ‘wet’ aging occurs during distribution and on site storage prior to preparation
a change in the properties of certain metals and alloys that occurs at ambient or moderately elevated temperatures after hot working, heat treatment, or a cold working operation
The continuous temporal drift in a quartz resonator’s natural frequency due to changes in its chemistry, constituent materials and inadvertent exposure to contaminates during processing Aging is considered the primary end-of -life limit in a quartz controlled frequency source as, at some point in time, the oscillator circuitry can no longer correct the resonator back to its nominal nameplate frequency
the decline of the physiological functions which occurs with time, accompanied by a falling probability of survival
The change in properties or appearance of a material with time and under specific conditions (usually accelerated representations of environmental states, such as high temperature, oxygen or other various conditions or media)
The change in properties of a material with time under given conditions
Irreversible alteration, generally deterioration, of the properties of paper in course of time Aging also causes reduction in brightness and yellowing effect
A term used to describe the holding of meats at a temperature of 34 to 36 degrees F for a period of time to break down the tough connective tissues through the action of enzymes thus increasing tenderness
The change in properties of a material with time under specific conditions
As applies to hams - After curing and salt equalization are completed, hams are hung in an area protected from insects and has good air exchange Temperatures should be 70-90° and humidity at 50- 60% Hams can be aged for 6 months The aging process imparts a flavor due to the enzyme activity in the ham As applies to tenderizing meat - Meat is normally required to age for a period of up to three weeks in order for it to be commercially acceptable for human consumption according to generally accepted standards of tenderness and quality During the aging process, the connective tissues and the meat are generally affected by the natural enzyme or bacteria action of the meat, thereby improving the tenderness and edibility Several methods are employed to reduce the aging period and to increase the degree of tenderness One of these is the regulated application of heat, light, or both of these, to the meat which speeds up the natural enzyme or bacteria action
A change in the properties of certain metal and alloys (such as steel) that occurs at ambient or moderately elevated temperatures after a hot working heat treatment or cold working operation Typical properties impacted are: hardness, yield strength, tensile strength, ductility, impact value, formability, magnetic properties, etc See also Non-aging
aging schedule
a list of accounts receivable
aging ear
{i} hearing loss caused by age especially of high-pitched sounds
aging of receivables
chronological classification of funds received by a business
aging of wine
storing of wine for improving the taste
aging process
process of growing older, process of wearing out
age
The people who live at a particular period
age
Hence, a generation

There are three ages living in her house.

age
To postpone an action that would extinguish something, as a debt

Money's a little tight right now, let's age our bills for a week or so.

age
The latter part of life; an advanced period of life, eld; seniority; state of being old

Sometimes age just shows up all by itself.

age
To categorize by age

One his first assignments was to age the accounts receivable.

age
To cause to grow old; to impart the characteristics of age to

Grief ages us.

age
A century; the period of one hundred years
age
To grow aged; to become old; to show marks of age

He grew fat as he aged.

ageing
Present participle of age
ageing
Becoming senescent; accumulating damage to macromolecules, cells, tissues and organs with the passage of time
ageing
The process of becoming older or more mature
age
{n} the life of an animal or other being, a part of life, the latter part of life, the period when a person may act for himself, a generation, a century
Age
eild
Age
Formal use of the word age, indicating the name of a specific era
accelerated aging
A test that simulates the effects of long-term environmental and operating conditions in a relatively short time period
accelerated aging
A test that simulates long time environmental conditions in a relatively short time
accelerated aging
A test that simulates long-time environmental conditions in a relatively short time
accelerated aging
A test in which voltage, temperature, etc are increased above normal operating values to obtain observable deterioration in a relatively short period of time
accelerated aging
Intensive exposure to operating conditions to obtain an early change in physical properties of an elastomer Accelerated life test A method designed to approximate in a short time the deteriorating effects obtained under normal service conditions
accelerated aging
A test methodology that simulates long term environmental effects
accelerated aging
A test in which voltage, temperature, etc , are increased above normal operating values to obtain observable deterioration in a relatively short period of time
accelerated aging
Intensive exposure to operating conditions to obtain an early change in physical properties of an elastomer
accelerated aging
A means whereby the deterioration of a tape encountered in natural aging may be accelerated and reproduced in the laboratory
accelerated aging
Test procedures subjecting materials to environmental conditions in order to predict aging
accelerated aging
A test that duplicates long time environ mental conditions in a short time
age
The age of the CWT fish at the time of the recovery based on the reported Brood Year and Recovery Year
age
time of life
age
You can say an age or ages to mean a very long time. He waited what seemed an age The bus took absolutely ages to arrive. = forever see also aged, ageing, coming of age, dark age, golden age, Ice Age, Iron Age, middle age, Stone Age
age
Most insurance companies calculate age by using the age you are nearest to Example: Insured is 45 and it is January, and the insured's birthday is in March If the insurance company was calculating age nearest, the insured would be considered age 46 for the purpose of calculating rates RETURN TO INDEX
age
Your age is the number of years that you have lived. She has a nephew who is just ten years of age At the age of sixteen he qualified for a place at the University of Hamburg I admired him for being so confident at his age
age
how long something has existed; "it was replaced because of its age" a time in life (usually defined in years) at which some particular qualification or power arises; "she was now of school age"; "tall for his eld" begin to seem older; get older; "The death of his wife caused him to age fast" make older; "The death of his child aged him tremendously
age
In poker, the right belonging to the player to the left of the dealer to pass the first round in betting, and then to come in last or stay out; also, the player holding this position; the eldest hand
age
a prolonged period of time; "we've known each other for ages"; "I haven't been there for years and years"
age
When someone comes of age, they become legally an adult. The company was to be held in trust for Eddie until he came of age
age
The time of life at which some particular power or capacity is understood to become vested; as, the age of consent; the age of discretion
age
The appropriate age category is determined by the respondent's age on the last day of the month before the interview
age
Age is the state of being old or the process of becoming older. Perhaps he has grown wiser with age The fabric was showing signs of age
age
A great period in the history of the Earth
age
The period of time that a wine spends maturing to achieve its best flavor and aroma Wines are aged in a variety of ways from large casks (such as oak or stainless steel) to bottles Complex wines tend to benefit from aging, whereas simple wines should be drunk when they are young
age
The latter part of life; an advanced period of life; seniority; state of being old
age
A particular period of time in history, as distinguished from others; as, the golden age, the age of Pericles
age
To cause to grow old; to impart the characteristics of age to; as, grief ages us
age
World cycle, approximately 2,150 years, determined by the relation of the earth, sun and constellations of the zodiac
age
A rating used to calculate the vulnerability based on the relative amount of time since the discovery of the vulnerability According to experts, the potential for exploiting a vulnerability increases as the age of the vulnerability increases The assumption that people are likely to be aware of the existence of the vulnerability supports this statement The L-3 Network Security researchers assign lower ratings to the age factor of recently discovered vulnerabilities Older vulnerabilities are rated higher
age
Please Select -- under 5 6-7 8-10 11-13 14-15 16-18 over 18
age
disapproval If someone tells you to act your age, they are telling you to behave in a way that is suitable for someone your age, because they think you are behaving in a childish way
age
a time in life (usually defined in years) at which some particular qualification or power arises; "she was now of school age"; "tall for his eld"
age
That part of the duration of a being or a thing which is between its beginning and any given time; as, what is the present age of a man, or of the earth? The latter part of life; an advanced period of life; seniority; state of being old
age
Specifies the reported age of the eldest head of household From a machine-based measure perspective, an example would be "a machine belonging to a household where the age of the eldest head of household was between 25 and 34 years old "
age
A client’s age is calculated as the difference in years between June 30th of the relevant collection year and the client’s date of birth If the month of birth is missing, client’s date of birth is defaulted to 30 June of their year of birth for the age calculation
age
{i} length of time that a person or organism has been alive; length of time that an object has existed; period, era; generation
age
A long time

It's been a long time since we last saw each other. - It's been quite ages since we last met.

It's been a long time since we last saw each other. - It's been ages since we last met.

age
begin to seem older; get older; "The death of his wife caused him to age fast"
age
One of the stages of life; as, the age of infancy, of youth, etc
age
That part of the duration of a being or a thing which is between its beginning and any given time
age
The age of the reference person
age
an era of history having some distinctive feature; "we live in a litigious age"
age
A particular period of time in history, as distinguished from others
age
There are four ages specified on the worksheet, two (one for the Father and one for the Mother) refers to the parente of the prinvipal and two for the parents of the Spouse The ages listed indicate that person's age when the associated child (principal or spouse) was born
age
Someone who is under age is not legally old enough to do something, for example to buy an alcoholic drink. Because she was under age, her parents were still responsible for her. under age smoking. age set Augustan Age Bronze Age Copper Age Hellenistic Age ice age glacial age Iron Age Jacobean age Middle Stone Age New Stone Age New Age movement Old Stone Age Silver Age Stone Age
age
The people who live at a particular period; hence, a generation
age
When someone ages, or when something ages them, they seem much older and less strong or less alert. He had always looked so young, but he seemed to have aged in the last few months He was only in his mid-thirties, but already worry had aged him
age
Player's age on July 1st of that year
age
The whole duration of a being, whether animal, vegetable, or other kind; lifetime
age
Age calculated in years at the time of the report of abuse or neglect, or as of December 31 of the reporting year
age
- where appropriate, products are classified according to age group of target market: Babies & Toddlers (0-4), Children (5-12), Teenagers (13-17), Young Adults (18-25), Adults (25-55), Seniors (aged 55+) Some products may be described in promotional materials as being targeted at slightly different age groups to those mentioned - in these cases they will be classified under the closest (most representative) age group
age
The age of a patient is based on age at discharge date A patient does not reach a particular age until his/her actual birth date
age
Age classification is based on the age of the person at his/her last birthday The adult universe(i e , population of marriageable age) is comprised of persons 15 years old and over for March supplement data and for CPS labor force data
age
The spelling aging is also used, mainly in American English
age
Mean age of the trees comprising a forest, crop, or stand In forests, the mean age of dominant (and sometimes codominant) trees is taken The plantation age is generally taken from the year the plantation was begun, without adding the age of the nursery stock
age
grow old or older; "She aged gracefully"; "we age every day--what a depressing thought!"; "Young men senesce"
age
{f} grow older, mature
age
how long something has existed; "it was replaced because of its age"
age
(1) Mean age of the trees comprising a forest, crop, or stand In forests, the mean age of dominant (and sometimes codominant) trees is taken The plantation age is generally taken from the year the plantation was begun, without adding the age of the nursery stock (2)Of a tree: the time elapsed since the germination of the seed, or the budding of the sprout or cutting from which the tree developed
age
(for insurance purposes) - depending on the company, the age of the life insured on his or her last birthday, or on the nearest birthday
age
The time of life at which some particular power or capacity is understood to become vested
age
The age of a thing is the number of years since it was made. Everything in the room looks in keeping with the age of the building
age
An applicant's age at the end of the September before entry to higher education (in years) 4 categories: 20 and under; 21 to 24; 25 to 39; 40 and over 11 categories: 17 and under; 18; 19; 20; 21; 22; 23; 24; 25 to 29; 30 to 39; 40 and over
age
To grow aged; to become old; to show marks of age; as, he grew fat as he aged
age
An age is a period in history. the age of steam and steel. items of Bronze Age pottery
age
The current age of the offender
age
structure This entry provides the distribution of the population according to age Information is included by sex and age group (0-14 years, 15-64 years, 65 years and over) The age structure of a population affects a nation's key socioeconomic issues Countries with young populations (high percentage under age 15) need to invest more in schools, while countries with older populations (high percentage ages 65 and over) need to invest more in the health sector The age structure can also be used to help predict potential political issues For example, the rapid growth of a young adult population unable to find employment can lead to unrest
age
Mature age; especially, the time of life at which one attains full personal rights and capacities; as, to come of age; he (or she) is of age
age
make older; "The death of his child aged him tremendously"
age
make older; "The death of his child aged him tremendously
age
a late time of life; "old age is not for sissies"; "he's showing his years"; "age hasn't slowed him down at all"; "a beard white with eld"; "on the brink of geezerhood"
age
A student's age is computed by subtracting year of birth from 2000 Therefore, students born in January 1976 and December 1976 will both be reported as age 24 (2000-1976)
age
If something comes of age, it reaches an important stage of development and is accepted by a large number of people. Recycling is an issue that has come of age in Britain in the last decade
age
Mature age; especially, the time of life at which one attains full personal rights and capacities
ageing
see: An Aging World: 2001 report on ageing populations in pdf format 3 87Mb (190 pages) Report compiled by the US Census Bureau and the National Institute of Aging Excellent resource to download and read offline Note: file size
ageing
Someone or something that is ageing is becoming older and less healthy or efficient. John lives with his ageing mother Ageing aircraft need more frequent safety inspections
ageing
growing old
ageing
All wine is aged, from a few weeks to many decades Ageing in barrels is a very slow oxidation, and the barrels can impart flavours to the wine: bottle ageing allows the wines to soften and various components within the wine to harmonize After a certain point all wine will decline in the bottle
ageing
Decorative technique used to create the effect of wear-and-tear on a wooden, painted, plastic or other furniture and lighting surfaces
ageing
Whisky gets its individual character by maturing within the confines of an oak cask Once bottled, the ageing process ends
ageing
{i} process of getting older
ageing
acquiring desirable qualities by being left undisturbed for some time
ageing
The deliberate act of making something (such as an antique) appear older than it is
ageing
Precipitation from solid solution resulting in a change in properties of an alloy, usually occurring slowly at room temperature (natural ageing) and more rapidly at elevated temperatures (artificial ageing)
ageing
the organic process of growing older and showing the effects of increasing age
ageing
The deterioration of paper properties with time, such as a loss of strength and brightness Can also be accelerated by sunlight and heat
ageing
Ageing is the process of becoming old or becoming worn out. a British spelling of aging
ageing
Decorative technique used to create the effect of wear-and-tear on a wooden, painted, plastic or other surfaces
ageing
UK, present participle of age
ageing
describes the change in, among other things, petroleum products as a result of heat, light, oxygen and contact with metal over a longer period of time Ageing products of, for example, light heating oil combine with water to form sludgy residues, i e oil sludge forms in the tank and can lead to malfunctions as a result of filter blockages
ageing
All wine is aged, from a few weeks to many decades Ageing in barrels is a very slow oxidation, and the barrels can impart flavors to the wine: bottle ageing allows the wines to soften and various components within the wine to harmonize After a certain point all wine will decline in the bottle The difference between oak and stainless steel barrels is evident
ageing
Becoming elderly
anti-aging
{i} longevity, life extension; increase in average lifespan; antiaging medicine, medical substance designed to treat and retard the aging process; antiaging cream, creat that delays the effects of aging
anti-aging
{s} delaying the effects of aging, having an effect in decelerating the effects of aging; used to impede the effects of aging, used to reduce the impact of aging
anti-aging drug
{i} drug used to reduce the impact of aging; drug used to delay aging
premature aging
early aging of the body
primary aging
{i} gradual maturational processes, normal processes of aging, natural changes that take place as we grow older, natural changes that occur with no relation to illness or disease (such as wrinkles, baldness in men, menopause, need for reading glasses, etc.)
secondary aging
{i} aging due to disease, changes in adulthood that are related to way of life and other changes
aging