Translation of age gap in Spanish:

age gap

diferencia de edad, n.


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    diferencia de edad feminine
    • Despite our age gap and wildly different backgrounds, the husband and I found common ground in the band.
    • The difference in thinking caused by the age gap between the parents and children increased elderly people's loneliness.
    • Books that appeal across the age gap can help bring the generations closer together, something any parent of a Potter fan who has read the Harry Potter books themselves will appreciate.
    • It's a family day spanning the age gap and the old fashioned ambience brings people back year after year.
    • ‘Let me ask you this,’ he resumed calmly, ‘what other reservations do you have other than the age gap?’
    • Why are we not willing to ignore conventionality and look beyond the age gap, seeking a more adventurous and spontaneous younger companion, one with more stamina and a sense of fun than an older counterpart?
    • Leach recommends such a pragmatic approach: ‘Don't waste much worry on the ideal age gap.
    • Ironically, there is a large age gap between his offspring, with David, aged 30, and Amber, 29, followed by Alex at 15 and Sam at 14.
    • There doesn't seem to be an age gap now (she might disagree of course!)
    • No sport can function without its adjudicators, referees or umpires, though usually, there's a significant age gap between those playing and those wielding the whistle.
    • He was 24 when we met - the age gap was irrelevant as far as both of us were concerned (but not as far as his mother was concerned, I might add).
    • Despite the age gap of precisely a half century - he and Bobby Robson were born on the same date 50 years apart - he was able to articulate how it was that the partnership gelled.
    • The younger prince remarked how it was a shame he and William never shared outdoor activities such as riding or fishing with their great-grandmother, because of the massive age gap.
    • Morris's father had been 54 when Morris was born, and the age gap must have imprinted him, for he would not marry until he was 57.
    • The nine-year age gap was apparent from the start as Ferrero, who entered the world's top 10 for the first time on Monday, ran his opponent ragged.
    • A girl of my acquaintance, cynical enough about Curtis's work, was watching a tape of the film, and the scene where they meet for the first time, and remarked that the age gap was too great.
    • The age gap between the youngest and eldest member spanned a decade the day I attended, yet the camaraderie they shared was evident from the first drill I participated in.
    • The age gap has been reduced to six to eight years and there are more foreign women marrying Shanghai men, another positive sign encouraging the registry office.
    • He couldn't care less about the vast age gap between us - in fact he loves me unconditionally whether or not I've got any slap on and whether or not I'm dressed to the nines.
    • His father was a sailor from mainland China, doing long-haul runs to Asia on the Blue Funnel line, and the age gap between the children mirrors that between voyages.