Translation of ageing in Spanish:

ageing

adjective & noun

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    aging
    • Virtually every theory about ageing from the ancient Greeks to the 19th century was a version of cooling or drying or a combination of the two.
    • In senior sports, ageing well is a major strategy.
    • I think a lot of us want our dads to stay kind of permanently like they were maybe when we were growing up and we have trouble with any aging process.
    • Despite the differences between the aging president and the young church historian, Barnes grew to admire the old man.
    • Men do not often grow gracefully older with their aging partners, but lust after what they used to have - which you were still having.
    • There are, however, exceptions, such as the Pacific salmon, in which death does not come after a process of gradual aging, but is linked to a certain stage in the life cycle, in this case to spawning.
    • In Western societies, filial piety is often understood to be solely the practice of caring for aging parents and older relatives.
    • It was like the health problems of an aging person.
    • ‘There's only so much you can do to alter the natural process of aging,’ says Brown.
    • The skin undergoes continual renewal but injury from the sun can upset the renewal process and produces premature aging as well as skin cancer.
    • Moreover, this approach will enhance the possibility of finding a potential interaction between an influence of neurotoxic exposure in the past and the process of aging.
    • Genetic manipulations that transform the process of human aging.
    • This age group (rather than those aged 65 or older) was studied to examine a larger number of aging people.
    • From elevators to automatic doors, these products help ease the lifestyle of aging families and persons with physical needs.
    • Traditionally, scientists believed that aging was a biological process in which cells simply stopped dividing.
    • Many of us lack the leisure or propensity for deep, inquiring relationships with our aging parents.
    • Although many people see frailty as an inevitable consequence of ageing Jerry told Ric that many injuries suffered by the elderly are preventable.
    • And to those who worried about growing old; it helped reduce signs of ageing.
    • Cap Lesesne, a New York plastic surgeon, hears from a lot of women worried about aging.
    • The imminent campaign to attract staff from outside Scotland is prompted by concerns about the ageing teacher population and new commitments on class sizes.
    • Basic social and behavioral research and research training on the processes of aging at both the level of the individual and the society
    • Scientists seeking to control the biological process of aging may also contemplate doing so through genetic manipulations.
    • Age with Spirit, as the title suggests, is a guide for the average sensible man to develop a certain poise, a psychologically sound and creative attitude to the process of aging.
    • The first suggests that aging evolved as a process of planned obsolescence.
    • That's a radical notion to many scientists who have long thought of aging as an uncontrollable process of deterioration that isn't regulated by single genes.
    • So demands for medical fixes for ageing are likely to grow.
    • There is a shortage of doctors in certain rural and metropolitan areas and an ageing doctor population.
    • The teenager and his ageing parents grow a small amount of rice but depend almost entirely on two buffaloes to maintain their precarious existence.
    • Experts on aging and the elderly or on children, youth and families.
    • Instead, the aging widow Bernarda Alba personifies self-hatred and the ability of women to enforce the rules of men upon themselves.
    • This is not just the obvious ageing person's whinge because my kids can sort out computer or digital camera problems that baffle me.
    • The process of aging is associated with numerous changes in all bodily systems that ultimately manifest in a decline in peak physiologic function.
    • This way the government will still receive money for the NHS but wouldn't have to look after ageing people with all their health problems!
    • The process of aging of tea leaves decreases the amount of antioxidants they contain, which seems to explain why green tea is a more powerful disease fighter than other teas.
    • The aging man's grey eyes were no longer dull, but full of sadness, now shining with tears.
    • ‘We only think there's anything wrong with curing ageing because we've grown up with it as something ghastly but inevitable,’ he claims.
    • With only 20 million aging people, there was no profitable future in job boards in the recruitment advertising market in Australia.
    • The plum role belongs to Robert Duvall as the aging hero whose past is as uncertain as his future.
    • If you know that somebody else cares about the top 20 signs of ageing you might come up with a few new ones.
    • I understand I think fairly deeply the losses that aging people experience as they get older, the loss of physical movement.
    • I know plenty of people who have strong family relationships that involve their adult children, ageing parents, siblings etc.
    • This contributes to improve the health of ageing people, although it also increases the risk of adverse events related to drug treatment.
    • Ford Motor Co. has developed what it calls the Third Age Suit, an outfit its designers don to simulate movements of an aging person.
    • The defence force will also be receiving fresh blood as it battles with an ageing soldier population.
    • Yet, they may find themselves caring for biological children, stepchildren, relatives, aging parents and a new spouse.