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thirty-something

1. adjective Of an unspecified age in one's thirties. He looks like he's in his 50s, but he's really just thirty-something.
2. noun A person who is in their thirties. Usually used in the plural. With so many college students in this town, it's nice to find a place that's geared more for thirty-somethings.

thirty-something (or forty-something, etc.)

an unspecified age between thirty and forty (forty and fifty, etc.). informal
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ASUMMER of sit-com gold continues on Netflix this month with the debut of thirty-something ensemble Friends From College.
But then the celebrants spread out and joined thousands of others throughout the city doing what twenty-and thirty-somethings do best - partying, which is to say spending money on beverage alcohol, either on-premise or off-premise.
We now have the Tired generation -the Thirty-something Independent Radical Educated Dropout -who have concluded that modern life is mainly rubbish and they need something more satisfying.
With more than 1,000 thirty-somethings visiting the site every week, there is bound to be someone who wants to join the caravan of love with you.
SO thirty-somethings are more likely to be more miserable than fifty somethings.
Vanity Fair's March number describes a town catering mainly to people in their mid twenties with a lurch upward to the thirty-somethings - a public born for the most part in the 1960s, when London had its last big cultural facelift.
Some of the strongest items are a navy sailor dress for pounds 59.50 (very Prada) and a simple black parka that will hit the right note with most thirty-somethings.
SPOONS, a saucy sketch show based around the lives of twenty and thirty-somethings, is out now and I have TEN copies to give away (each worth pounds 19.99).
I LAUGHED like a drain at the shamelessly puerile antics of three thirty-somethings (Vince Vaughn, Luke Wilson, Will Ferrell) who try to relive their old college fun days.
The disparate lives of a handful of single thirty-somethings in London, and interestingly Charleston in America's Deep South, seem to have added an extra dimension to her skills as a storyteller.
There will be at least half-a-dozen thirty-somethings in Wanderers' starting line-up and for most of Lawrie Sanchez's battle-hardened troops it could be their one and only showpiece occasion in relatively undistinguished careers.
Britain's thirty-somethings are failing to plan for pensions because they don't realise how much prices are going to rocket.
To do that, Thorpe insists new players must be identified to replace the growing band of thirty-somethings.
Funny, clever and moving, this debut novel has greater depth than the usual rash of "thirty-somethings in search of a man" books.
Thirty-somethings thought 63 per cent of their other halves would be clueless about installing central heating.