at/from an early age

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Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of at/from an early age

: when young
  • She showed remarkable musical talent at/from an early age.

Word by Word Definitions

early play
  1. : near the beginning of a period of time

  2. : near the beginning of a course, process, or series

  3. : before the usual or expected time

  1. : of, relating to, or occurring near the beginning of a period of time, a development, or a series

  2. : distant in past time

  3. : primitive

age play
  1. : the time of life at which some particular qualification, power, or capacity arises or rests

  2. : one of the stages of life

  3. : the length of an existence extending from the beginning to any given time

  1. : to become old : show the effects or the characteristics of increasing age

  2. : to acquire a desirable quality (such as mellowness or ripeness) by standing undisturbed for some time

  3. : to cause to become old

  1. : aggregate : collection

  2. : action : process

  3. : cumulative result of


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