What does chronological age mean?
Definitions for chronological age
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age measured by the time (years and months) that something or someone has existed
"his chronological age was 71 years"
the age of an individual measure in days, months and years from the time the individual was born, often used in psychometrics
The numerical value of chronological age in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of chronological age in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Examples of chronological age in a Sentence
Anybody who follows Bernie Sanders for one day and sees his schedule, and how rigorous it is, and how he drives everybody around him, works them into the ground with the amount of work and energy he has, I think they would understand that his chronological age is just not really a measure of his true age, bernie Sanders is an extremely energetic and vigorous person, and has more energy, I would say, than people half his age.
I have a theory. There is no such thing as age. Life is a gift that is given and can be taken at any moment, regardless of chronological age, so, in my view, everyone on the planet is the same age. We are all ‘this day old,’ because this day is the only thing I have.
A lot depends not on chronological age but how you appear and what people perceive your health to be, the place [ age ] really affects is the issue of stamina. It’s a lot easier to barnstorm across United States when you are in your 40’s than when you are in your late 60’s. It requires a combination of drive but also stamina and the advantage Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio would have is being approximately 20 years their junior.
Translations for chronological age
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- कालानुक्रमिक उम्रHindi
- Idade cronologicaPortuguese
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