actual age


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actual age

[′ak·chə·wəl āj]
(geology)
References in classic literature ?
Very young he looked: though his actual age was thirty-nine, one would have called him ten years younger, at least.
I have seen many historians, researchers and archeologists who visited the site over the years but they could not determine the fort's actual age and its builders.
I take these as symbols of wanting to impress others, the first could also be used to hide the actual age of the vehicle.
The researchers calculated their findings by analysing each participant's "Vitality Age," and it is an aggregate measure of wellness that evaluates the gap between physical body age and actual age.
VOLUNTEERS for BBC1's documentary How To Stay Young were confronted with their body's lifestyle age, as opposed to their actual age, and the results were truly shocking.
A TV experiment is to reveal how poor diet and lifestyle habits could mean your body age is years older than your actual age.
According to the paper, aging should reflect how long people in your country are likely to live rather than actual age by birth year.
We all know people that seem younger than their actual age.
Those aged 35 to 44 said they were more likely to "feel old" than those over 44, suggesting actual age has little bearing on how old you feel.
Pollard told her he was 49, which was younger than his actual age.
18, 2017 in the American Journal of Epidemiology, the researchers reported that the most sedentary participants they followed--those who spent more than 10 hours a day sitting around and engaged in less than 40 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous exercise--had cells that were biologically eight years older than the participants' actual age.
FOUR out of five people have hearts older than their actual age, which means they are a higher risk of heart attack or stroke, according to assessments on the NHS Choices website.