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someone who has been alive for 3 years/10 months etc.
to have been alive, or to have existed for, 5 years/10 months etc.
to be two/three etc. years older than someone
much older than a particular person. This phrase is usually used for talking about two people who are having a romantic relationship.
younger or older than 40/50 etc.
a combination of a hotdog and a hamburger in a specially designed bread bunBuzzWord Article
high-level diplomats meeting and dining in an informal environment e.g. a party or clubadd a word
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