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age group


  1. people of approximately the same age and often of the same gender or sex, nationality, educational or social background, etc.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of age group1

First recorded in 1900–05
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Example Sentences

This includes racial and ethnic minority communities and older adults, the age group that is currently being vaccinated.

In April, Nextdoor reported that it saw a dramatic increase in daily active users — more than 60 percent since January — on the site across age groups.

From Vox

The evidence on transmission within and from younger age groups is conflicting, says Stefan Flasche, a vaccine epidemiologist at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

The first batch will include kindergartners through fifth-graders with disabilities, as well as children in that same age group whose first language is not English.

Based on how effective the vaccines are, and how mild the side effects are, “when it comes time for my kids’ age group, I would have them receive it too,” Weatherhead says.

A full 50 percent of them identify as independents, a larger percentage than any other age group.

The fact that the link transcended age group and demographic does speak to its relevance.

Guns kill twice as many in this age group as cancer, five times as many as heart disease and 20 times as many as infections.

The Rangers staged a full cultural takeover among a certain age group of the population.

But for every suicide in this age group, there are hundreds of other unsuccesful attempts.

The age-group 15 to 20 shows very curious variations in the relative mortality of males and females.

In return, they gave me, not for my personal use, but a sound projector which was given to the Golden Age Group.

The UTC membership spans most of the age group that is drafted into the regular armed services and the security forces.

The spread in size for any given age group is especially large, if data from different years are combined.

The age group represented was of college men and there was no end of talent.





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