Ages you

pedroapinedaf

New Member
Spanish
Hi everyone,


Does anybody know the meaning of these expressions (Ages you):


For instance:


Person B: Oh, no, you don't take it, do you?
Person A: No. You forget a little thing like that.
Person B: Yes.
Person A: You forget lots of little things, it seems.
Person B: Uh-huh.
Person A: Not sure about that.
Person B: Hmm? Ages you.
Person A: Just trying it out.
Person B: Well, it ages you.


Please in spanish and english.


Regards,


Pedro.
 
  • levmac

    Senior Member
    British English
    Here it is abbreviated. It is: "It ages you".

    Te hace parecer (quizás aquí sentir) más viejo.
     

    pops91710

    Senior Member
    English, AE
    levmac está correcto.It could mean by appearance, or physically—
    EX: Smoking ages you in two ways; it takes years off of your life span, and it makes you look older.
     
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