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school age

noun
1.
the age set by law for children to start school attendance.
2.
the period of school attendance required by law.
Origin
1735-1745
1735-45
Related forms
school-age, adjective
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Examples for school age
  • Once kids are school age, it's appropriate to send them to their rooms to cool off.
  • It was two groups of kids about high-school age shouting at each other.
  • As she reached high school age, she took on more responsibility, doing invoicing and inventory.
  • Ideally, they should also be well fed before they reach school age.
  • But problems are bound to arise as the golden pig cohort reaches school age.
  • Hopefully trickling all the way down to the school age kids.
  • His parents divorced before he reached school age, and it was his father--a bricklayer and farmer--who raised him.
  • Each high school age member will serve a one-year term.

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