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-age

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-age

noun suffix

: action, process, or result of

: total amount or collection

: house or place of

Full Definition of -AGE

1
:  aggregate :  collection <trackage>
2
a :  action :  process <haulage>
b :  cumulative result of <breakage>
c :  rate of <dosage>
3
:  house or place of <orphanage>
4
:  state :  rank <peonage>
5
:  charge <postage>

Origin of -AGE

Middle English, from Old French, from Latin -aticum

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