年长的；老的( old的比较级 )；古老的；以前的；原来的；
1. 年龄更大的：stronger 更强壮的 | older 年龄更大的 | younger 更年轻的
2. 年长的：olden 从前的 | older 年长的 | oldie 老人
3. 更老的人：So I felt the need to call someone...|所以我觉得需要打给某个... | older.|更老的人 | Anyway, some friends are giving me a dinner tomorrow night.|明天一些朋友要替我办 晚餐派对,其实应该说是今晚
4. 更老的：离 off | 更老的 older | 剪纸 paper-cutolder 双语例句
1. On some older and some cheaper lathes, one or two gears in the gear train between the spindle and the change gear box must be changed in order to obtain a full range of threads and feeds.
2. As soon as they don`t speak to each other in their home language, the language will slowly fade away as people get older and older.
3. Hair loss in men or women can contribute to the appearance of looking older than chronologic age.
4. Jaki Sitterle, managing director of executive programs at NYU, which posted the smallest return, notes that the school caters to older executives, half of whom already have advanced degrees and many who already earn high salaries.
5. The older generation of people are like this.
6. Highly atypical cells are a normal finding in the seminal vesicles of about 80% of older men.
7. Highly atypical cells are a normal finding in the seminal esicles of about 80% of older men.
8. In general, young children tend to get viral tonsillitis, and older children and adults get bacterial infections.
9. You can try with other compilers and older versions, but you are on your own.
10. Schoeman notes that most would-be parents want to adopt a small baby and as a result, it is difficult to place children older than one year.
11. However, I am wondering how come the number of steps is reducing when we get older.
12. The 12% recurrence rate in the 45- to 50-year-old age group is similar to previously reported recurrence rates of 10%-15% in women older than age 50 in the 10 years after diagnosis, reported Dr.
13. It's a little older, but I prefer it because the food taster better.
14. Because of the age difference, Rosemary's older companion had the reputation of being a sugar daddy.
15. Still spry at 78, Wu Meizhi balances two loads: her grandchild and a frame for making paper —a craft that keeps older women contributing to the community for as long as they're physically able.
16. The United States Constitution requires that President be a natural-born citizen, thirty-five years of age or older, who has lived in the United States for a minimum of fourteen years.
17. A new jack-knife or a box of candy pleased the older ones as much as the little fellow.
18. The customer in front of me was an older woman - she wore a faux camel-hair coat and had hair dyed a matching color.
19. The lengthy scene where the older Jedediah Leland is interviewed at the old folks'home was Joseph Cotten's very first scene in front of a Hollywood camera.
20. It is the origin of the idea that if one were to have astronauts travelling close to the speed of light, their ageing processes would slow down so much they would effectively get no older-they could live forever!
1. " He doesn't know the business well, " said the older man.
2. Behind each authentic ethnic costume is an individual who made it by hand, using techniques passed down by older generations.
3. One reason is that most fatal cancers occur in people 65 or older - an age group covered by the federal Medicare program.
4. Taylor recently admitted she " really loves " writing about her relationships and is fascinated by the way they change as she grows older.
5. In front of me, older men in twos and threes passed by in deep discussion.
6. Beside it is an older church replacing a Byzantine church razed by the Turks.
7. So far four patients have died, all older than 90 and severely sick even before the calamity.
8. Greenpeace Campaigner Prentice Koo said increases in environmental taxes would absorb looming healthcare costs as the city's population gets older.
9. Younger investors can afford to invest a larger percentage of their savings than older investors they have more time to recover from potential losses.
10. Nearby, an older boy peeks down through openings in the canopy.older 英英释义
1. skilled through long experience
e.g. an old offender
the older soldiers
2. advanced in years
(`aged' is pronounced as two syllables)
e.g. aged members of the society
elderly residents could remember the construction of the first skyscraper
3. used of the older of two persons of the same name especially used to distinguish a father from his son
e.g. Bill Adams, Sr.