Translation: from spanish

he's thirty something

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  • thirty-something (forty-something, etc.) — informal an unspecified age between thirty and forty (forty and fifty, etc.). → something …   English new terms dictionary

  • thirty-something/forty-something — ► thirty something (forty something, etc.) informal an unspecified age between thirty and forty (forty and fifty, etc.). Main Entry: ↑something …   English terms dictionary

  • thirty-something/forty-something, etc. — ► thirty something (forty something, etc.) informal an unspecified age between thirty and forty (forty and fifty, etc.). Main Entry: ↑something …   English terms dictionary

  • thirty-something — ► thirty something (forty something, etc.) informal an unspecified age between thirty and forty (forty and fifty, etc.). Main Entry: ↑something …   English terms dictionary

  • thirty-something — noun the time of life between 30 and 40 • Syn: ↑thirties, ↑mid thirties • Hypernyms: ↑time of life • Part Holonyms: ↑adulthood, ↑maturity * * * thirty something …   Useful english dictionary

  • Twenty-Something Girls vs. Thirty-Something Women — Infobox Television episode Title = Twenty Something Girls vs. Thirty Something Women Series = Sex and the City Caption = Season = 2 Episode = 29 Airdate = September 26 1999 Production = Writer = Darren Star Director = Darren Star Guests = Episode …   Wikipedia

  • something — ► PRONOUN 1) an unspecified or unknown thing. 2) an unspecified or unknown amount or degree. ► ADVERB informal ▪ used for emphasis with a following adjective: my back hurts something terrible. ● quite (or really) something Cf. ↑really something …   English terms dictionary

  • something — The practice, originating in AmE and now spreading to BrE, of adding something to a multiple of ten to denote an age range (most often but not exclusively thirty something) is a convenient informal device: • This comic strip collection chronicles …   Modern English usage

  • -something — [[t] sʌmθɪŋ[/t]] somethings 1) COMB in ADJ something is combined with numbers such as twenty and thirty to form adjectives which indicate an approximate amount, especially someone s age. For example, if you say that someone is thirty something,… …   English dictionary

  • something — pronoun 1》 an unspecified or unknown thing. 2》 an unspecified or unknown amount or degree. adverb 1》 informal used for emphasis with a following adjective: my back hurts something terrible. 2》 archaic or dialect somewhat. Phrases quite (or… …   English new terms dictionary

  • something — / sVmTIN/ pronoun (not usually in questions or negatives) 1 used to mean a particular thing when you do not know its name, do not know exactly what it is etc: There s something in my eye. | Sarah said something about coming over later. |… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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