chronological age



Age of a person measured in years, months, and days from the date the person was born. See also psychological age.

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  • When you are dealing with a new client figuring out their chronological age may help you to know how to negotiate with them.

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  • By knowing the chronological age that you think a product takes from start to release you can see if it is worth making or not.

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  • I wondered what his chronological age was, because he looked like he was at least 100 years old, if not older.

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