What's the meaning of 'years old son' in this sentence ? I have a years old Son schooling in Brooklyn College. Is it just ommitted to write one's age "a (age) years old son" , or the expression is used generally? If it's used in commonly, then can I interpret 'years son' as 'aged son'??
Jul 4, 2015 10:57 AM
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I'd interpret it to mean that the speaker has a son who is many years old. He/she has a teenager, probably. This expression is not very common to describe a person's age, but it's quite common for things, e.g. "My dress? Oh, its years old."
July 4, 2015
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