Translation of elderly in Spanish:

elderly

mayor, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈɛldəli//ˈɛldərli/

adjective

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    mayor
    de edad
    anciano
    an elderly lady una señora mayor / de edad
    • many of the residents are elderly muchos de los residentes son mayores / ancianos / de edad
    • Police are now warning other elderly people in Blackley to be on their guard against the crooks.
    • The article states that there are plans to cut travel passes for elderly people.
    • This could lead to more elderly people being forced to stay in emergency beds, with nowhere to go.
    • Police are hunting for a gang of burglars who are targeting elderly people in west Wiltshire.
    • If you have an elderly neighbour or relative, look out for them in the winter months.
    • The surrounding houses and flats are occupied by elderly people and young families.
    • The dogs were bred as guide dogs for elderly people who suffered from allergies.
    • One urgent aspect the committee needs to look at is access for disabled and elderly people.
    • It also has a night centre where elderly people with dementia can be cared for.
    • The scheme is aimed at getting elderly people out of their homes and into a social environment.
    • Looking at this situation there is a real risk to elderly people and their welfare must be a priority.
    • To abandon elderly people for weeks on end in a hospital bed they no longer need strips them of dignity.
    • Two historic almshouses have been put up for sale as they are no longer suitable for elderly people.
    • It was used on Saturday and Monday and the card users were described as three elderly people.
    • Bogus callers are using a new scam to trick their way into the homes of elderly people in Chelmsford.
    • It would exclude blood relatives such as an elderly brother and sister living together.
    • Quite frankly, it disgusts me and I do not feel enough is done for elderly people.
    • Running post offices for the benefit of elderly people is not cost effective, so go they must.
    • It was being driven by an elderly lady with grey hair and had a female passenger with long, dark hair.
    • In addition, an increased number of elderly people would like to remain in their own homes.

plural noun

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    the elderly los ancianos