- n.老化; 老龄化; （酒等的）陈化; 熟化;
- v.使变老; （使）长大( age的现在分词 ); 使显老; 使变老; 使苍老;
Wine deepens on aging.
He is aging rapidly.
These problems include the high sex ratio and the growing population aging.
汉英非文学 - 白皮书
China's population is aging at unprecedented levels.
Some aging higher officers inherited from the Manchurian days were sacked.
Prolonged starvation and aging might lead to rejuvenation of embryogenic potential.
The aging football player was playing on the skids.
This disease produces premature aging of the brain.
The aging phenomenon coincided with oxygen absorption.
Pollution, however, hastens the natural rate of aging.
In the worst - case scenario, UV light mutates DNA, leading to premature aging or skin cancer.
在最差的情况下, 紫外线能使DNA发生突变, 于是导致提前老化或皮肤癌.
英汉非文学 - 生命科学 - 癌症与艾滋病
Calcium is also necessary to prevent leakage of potassium during the aging of beet slices.
Removal of flowers and pods from flowering soybean plants also delays leaf aging.
The aging phenomenon coincided with oxygen absorption and was retarded by phenolic substances.
The development of sodium absorption capacity by aging beet slices, however, does not require calcium.
Social workers and experts on aging offer caregivers and potential caregivers help when arranging for the care of an elderly relative.
As we've seen, wage earners are expected to care for not only their children but their aging parents.
In a study of older people with sisters and brothers, psychologist Debra Gold of the Duke Center for the study of aging and human development found that about 20% said they were hostile or indifferent to ward their sisters and brothers.
1. the organic process of growing older and showing the effects of increasing age
2. acquiring desirable qualities by being left undisturbed for some time
1. growing old
老龄化 又称 :老龄化(ageing)