Translation of empty nester in Spanish:

empty nester

Pronunciation ////

noun

informal

  • 1

    persona casada cuyos hijos han abandonado el hogar
    • Their most important customers are the empty nesters.
    • Today's media is rife with speculation about the impact of baby boomers becoming empty nesters and approaching retirement.
    • Sherry would soon become an empty nester, as their two daughters rapidly approached college age.
    • Then there are folks like these two, who in demographic parlance are baby boomers turned empty nesters.
    • These appeal to two sets of people: young professionals with no children attracted to the bright lights of the city and empty nesters in their 50s who are downsizing.
    • The city's natural beauty draws big money from empty nesters, retired people and cultural tourists.
    • As baby boomers become empty nesters, freed of paying for their kids' tuition, room, and board both at home and away, they increasingly are buying a second home rather than merely downsizing the one they occupy.
    • Built primarily for empty nesters and nontraditional families, these flexi-houses feature walls that can be removed to change a room's shape.
    • One thing that empty nesters, second home owners and two-earner households have in common is that they eat out more often and spend more on food away from home.
    • Mostly I'm looking forward to being just 40 something when I'm an empty nester.
    • ‘They're either high-end empty nesters or young professionals with no kids,’ he said.
    • But older empty nesters today are much more likely to own a second home some distance from their primary residence.