English noun: years
|1.||years (time) a late time of life|
|Samples||Old age is not for sissies.|
He's showing his years.
Age hasn't slowed him down at all.
A beard white with eld.
On the brink of geezerhood.
|Synonyms||age, eld, geezerhood, old age|
|Broader (hypernym)||time of life|
|Narrower (hyponym)||dotage, second childhood, senility|
|Part holonym||eighties, mid-eighties, mid-nineties, mid-seventies, mid-sixties, nineties, seventies, sixties|
|2.||years (time) a prolonged period of time|
|Samples||We've known each other for ages.|
I haven't been there for years and years.
|Synonyms||age, long time|
|Broader (hypernym)||period, period of time, time period|
|Narrower (hyponym)||aeon, blue moon, eon, month of Sundays, year dot|
|3.||years (time) the time during which someone's life continues|
|Samples||The monarch's last days.|
In his final years.