avejentado

No, pero me veo más avejentado.
No, but I aged earlier.
Añadió que la demandante se había avejentado mientras vivía con él y que él no volvería con ella, pero que la dejaría vivir en la casa.
He further said that the plaintiff had grown old while living with him and that he would not get back together with her, but would rather let her live in the house.
Otros dicen que es necesario apoyar el símbolo del avejentado imperio en sus horas bajas. Lo siento, pero no se merece compasión ni palabras afectuosas ni manos caritativas ni menos aún el beneficio de la duda.
The symbol of the aging empire should be supported in its time of stress, some claim. Sorry, but he don't qualify for sympathy, kind words, helpful hands, or the benefit of the doubt.
Adriana se casó con un millonario avejentado por su dinero.
Adriana married an ageing millionaire for his money.
Pensé que era su madre y no su hermana por su aspecto avejentado.
I thought she was her mother instead of her sister because of her aged appearance.
¿Estás seguro que tiene 30? Entonces sí se ve más avejentado.
Are you sure he's 30? So he does look older.
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