to get on in years, to be a bit past it


Senior Member
It's silly, but it's not coming back to me. That's to say I'm getting on in years (I'm a bit past it). Marcel, come here and help us.

I didn't find the expression "to get on in years" and "to be a bit past it" in the dictionary. Your help is really appreciated.
  • watercanyon

    Senior Member
    the speaker is saying they are losing their memory or ability [it's not coming back to me], getting old [to get on in years], not able to do or remember 'it' [I'm a bit past it]
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