elderly

listen to the pronunciation of elderly
الإنجليزية - التركية
yaşlı

Yaşlılara saygı duyarım. - I respect the elderly.

Yaşlı adam kalbi için güçlü ilaçlar alıyor. - The elderly man takes strong drugs for his heart.

yalnızca
(isim) ihtiyar
{s} yaşını başını almış
yaşını basını almış
{s} oldukça yaşlı

Oldukça yaşlılara kim bakmalı? - Who should look after the elderly?

{s} ihtiyar
yaşlılara
ununu elemiş tarağını asmış
yaşlıca
yaşlı başlı
elderly care
(Tıp) yaşlı bakımı
elderly people
İhtiyarlar/yaşlılar, yaşlı kişiler
elderly person
İhtiyar/yaşlı kimse
elderly woman
yaşlı kadın
elderly person
kelli felli
elder
{i} yaşlı kimse
elder
{i} kıdemli kimse
elder
{i} ata
elder
{i} yaşça büyük kimse
elder
itibarlı kişi
elder
(yaşça) büyük
elder
mürver ağacı
elder
iki kişiden büyük olanı
elder
kıdemli kişi
elder
yaşlı

Yaşlılara saygı duyarım. - I respect the elderly.

Yaşlılarınıza karşı kibar olmalısınız. - You must be polite to your elders.

the elderly
yaşlı
to elderly
yaşlı olmak
elder
mürver

Mürver suyunu severim. - I love elderberry juice.

elder
daha yaşlı
elder
kilise mütevelli heyeti üyesi
elder
daha ilerde veya kıdemli olan
elder
yaşça büyük
elder
kendisine danışılan emekli kimse
elder
büyük

Büyük oğlun kaç yaşında? - How old is your elder son?

En büyük oğlum Lech Zaręba'dır. - My elder son is Lech Zaręba.

elder
{i} yaşlı/itibarlı kişi
elder
iki kişinin yaşça daha büyüğü
elder
elder statesman devlet işleri için fikri sorulan
elder
mürver/büyük
elder
kıdeml
elder
kıdemli
elder
eski

Yaşlı bir adam, büyük oğlu, küçük kızı ve küçük bebeği ile eski kiliseye girdi. - An old man entered the old church with his elder son, his younger daughter and her little baby.

الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
old; having lived for relatively many years
{a} growing somewhat in years, rather old
{s} old, aged, senior
A person who is age 60 and over
politeness You use elderly as a polite way of saying that someone is old. an elderly couple Many of those most affected are elderly. The elderly are people who are old. The elderly are a formidable force in any election
{i} aged people collectively
Individuals age 65 and over
advanced in years; (`aged' is pronounced as two syllables); "aged members of the society"; "elderly residents could remember the construction of the first skyscraper"; "senior citizen"
Somewhat old; advanced beyond middle age; bordering on old age; as, elderly people
old
people aged 60 years and over The term is mainly used for comparative purposes See also functional age
older
elder
An officer of a church, sometimes having teaching responsibilities
elder
The lowest office in the Melchizedek priesthood

After being a member of the Church for a while, Bill was ordained to the office of elder.

elder
A small tree of the genus Sambucus having white flowers in a cluster, and purple berries
elder
An older person or an older member, usually a leader, of some community

We were presented to the village elder.

elder
{n} the name of a tree, a soft kind of wool
elder
{a} having more years, first
Elder
This entity is highly evolved and extremely wise
elder
One ordained to the office of elder
elder
– Older person In many cultures the elders are seen as chiefs or heads of the community In Nicaragua, older people are treated with respect and honor They are admired
elder
An elder is a bush or small tree which has groups of small white flowers and black berries. the elder of two people, especially brothers and sisters, is the one who was born first elder brother/son/sister/daughter etc. Any of about 20-30 species, mainly shrubs and small trees, that make up the genus Sambucus, in the honeysuckle family. Most are native to forested temperate or subtropical areas. Elders are important as garden shrubs, as forest plants, and for their berries (elderberries), which provide food for wildlife and are used for wines, jellies, pies, and folk medicines. Elders have divided leaves and flat, roundish clusters of tiny, yellowish-white, saucer-shaped flowers. The American, or sweet, elder (S. canadensis) of North America is the most important species horticulturally. Berain Jean the Elder box elder Bruegel Pieter the Elder Brueghel Jan the Elder Cato the Elder Cranach Lucas the Elder Dionysius the Elder Elder John Herrera Francisco the Elder Isaac the Elder Manutius Aldus the Elder Cosimo the Elder Pitt William the Elder Pliny the Elder poison elder Simeon the Elder Velde Willem van de the Elder Scipio Africanus the Elder principal elders
elder
Before we went to the Unified Board system that we now use there were two categories of leaders at Knox Elders were responsible for spiritual issues such as worship, Sunday School, music, and so on (also see "steward")
elder
Born before another; prior in years; senior; earlier; older; as, his elder brother died in infancy; opposed to younger, and now commonly applied to a son, daughter, child, brother, etc
elder
a person who is older than you are
elder
Aboriginal persons who are respected and consulted due to their experience, wisdom, knowledge, background and insight Elder does not necessarily equate with age
elder
used of the older of two persons of the same name especially used to distinguish a father from his son; "Bill Adams, Sr "
elder
The elder of two people is the one who was born first. his elder brother. the elder of her two daughters
elder
One of the older and more influential members of an Aboriginal tribe Can be male or female
elder
{i} any of a number of trees or shrubs; person who is older
elder
any of various church officers
elder
any of numerous shrubs or small trees of temperate and subtropical northern hemisphere having white flowers and berrylike fruit
elder
In some societies, an elder is one of the respected older people who have influence and authority. tribal elders
elder
Male missionary, title for a male missionary; title for a general authority
elder
In my adopted heritage (Chahta), an Elder is one who has reached a place of authority and responsibility
elder
An aged person; one who lived at an earlier period; a predecessor
elder
A genus of shrubs (Sambucus) having broad umbels of white flowers, and small black or red berries
elder
Any person regarded or chosen by an Aboriginal nation to be the keeper and teacher of its oral tradition and knowledge This is a person who is recognized for his or her wisdom about spirituality, culture and life Not all Elders are "old" An Aboriginal community and/or individuals will typically seek the advice and assistance of Elders in various areas of traditional as well as contemporary issues (Source: Department of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada )
elder
A senior lay member of certain Protestant churches who has teaching and administrative authority
elder
A priest or priestess in the modern pagan tradition known as Asatru or Heathenry
elder
A person's elder is someone who is older than them, especially someone quite a lot older. The young have no respect for their elders
elder
An ordained minister (See chapter 13)
elder
A person who, on account of his age, occupies the office of ruler or judge; hence, a person occupying any office appropriate to such as have the experience and dignity which age confers; as, the elders of Israel; the elders of the synagogue; the elders in the apostolic church
elder
one who is old or older, usually thought of as a person who has acquired wisdom and earned respect
elder
Elder is the English word which translates the Greek word presbuteros (or presbyter), which came down to us in English as priest
elder
The first or lowest office of the Melchizedek priesthood; a male missionary; the term of address applied thereto
elder
older brother or sister; "big sister"
elder
One who is older; a superior in age; a senior
elder
The second level of authority within a local congregation, under the evangelist If a congregation has elders, it always has at least two Elders function as advisers to the evangelist and take on those tasks which the evangelist assigns to them
elder
a person who is older than you are any of various church officers any of numerous shrubs or small trees of temperate and subtropical northern hemisphere having white flowers and berrylike fruit used of the older of two persons of the same name especially used to distinguish a father from his son; "Bill Adams, Sr
elder
A spiritual {older man}, one {appointed} to serve the spiritual needs of the {congregation} In the English {NW} the word is used not at all in the Hebrew Scriptures, and twelve times in the {Greek Scriptures}, all in Revelation, and all in reference to the 24 elders seen in vision surrounding God's throne (Rev 4: 4) STORY: When NW was originally translated, we did not yet have the present {elder arrangement}, and the translators did not use the translation ``elder'' for the term for ``older man'' Later, when the elder arrangement came into being, {Brooklyn} said it would be good for newer retranslations to use the foreign language equivalent of elder [71]
elder
This is the title given to a respected individual from the Aboriginal community who is a keeper of tradition and worldview Age may be a factor, but not a prerequisite
elder
Comparative of old; greater than another in age or seniority
elder
A clergyman authorized to administer all the sacraments; as, a traveling elder
elder
An officer in the Church In the Churches of God, either a "ruling elder" (selected from the congregation) or a "teaching elder (normally the pastor) Position of greatest responsibility and authority in the government of the local congregation
elder
Older; more aged, or existing longer
elderly
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