newness n : the opposite of oldness [ant: oldness]
- Rhymes: -uːnəs
- The property of being new.
- The newness of the car meant it still had that funny smell.
Age may refer to:
The length of time that an organism has lived:
- Agé, a god from the mythology of the Fon people; the son of Mawu-Lisa;
- One of the D'ni Ages, the fictional universe in the Myst series of games.
- Agenore Incrocci, an Italian screenwriter.
- Age (Model theory), the class of all finitely generated structures which are embeddable in a structure A in mathematics.
- âge Japanese company
- The Age is a daily newspaper published in Melbourne, Australia.
AGE is a three-letter acronym that may refer to:
- Advanced glycation endproduct, a class of spontaneously modified molecules whose modification begins with an initial glycation
- A. G. Edwards, a brokerage firm
- Agarose gel electrophoresis, a method used in molecular biology
- American Aging Association (abbreviated AGE, although not an acronym)
- Applied general equilibrium
- Arterial gas embolism
- Agricultural & General Engineers, a group of companies
newness in German: Age
newness in Spanish: AGE
newness in French: AGE
newness in Italian: AGE
newness in Japanese: エイジ
newness in Portuguese: Idade
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