Translation of midlife in Spanish:


Pronunciation /mɪdˈlaɪf/ /ˈmɪdlʌɪf/


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    in midlife en la madurez
    • For these reasons, it seems appropriate to consider possible developmental edges of varying magnitudes within the period of midlife development.
    • Age-specific mortality rates in males and females are highly correlated, especially at midlife and the oldest ages.
    • You know what's wrong with us mature adults in midlife and beyond?
    • But then, as happens in midlife, the second generation of the car, the Mustang 2, got fat and lazy.
    • Studies suggest that grown kids' well-being is a major determinant of well-being for midlife parents.
    • For some midlife parents, the empty nest isn't an issue simply because the nest hasn't really emptied.
    • One of the explanations provided for this finding is the importance of work investments as a buffer against the challenges of parenting adolescents during midlife.
    • In midlife, I find myself in a land where, for the first time, I do not recognize the plants: what is edible, what blooms when, what sets seed when.
    • But slowly, subtly, sometime around midlife, your particular data points start to arrange themselves on the larger human curve.
    • In its place, there is a rich variety of paths that include self-employment, entrepreneurship, and midlife career changes.
    • In midlife, the boys attain the highest reaches of power and find that all the years of striving and conniving have left them feeling empty and unfulfilled.
    • His first bout of depression hadn't struck until midlife.
    • Healy's midlife interest in pet ownership, we conclude, is an attempt to resolve his childhood grief, and hence to confront the demons that have haunted him ever since.
    • I suspect that the requirement for more education and the fading-out of creativity in midlife may stem from the same cause.
    • It's related - it's not something that you can start to treat at midlife.
    • He nearly squandered all that until, at midlife, he learned how to leverage his personality with his inheritance.
    • My quest to tell the truth led me in midlife to my dream career.
    • The government policy is to extend flexible working rights to midlife carers of older people, which will help them with the work-life balance.
    • It's all the more poignant and meaningful to me because we were in midlife - I was 43 when I met him and he was 50.
    • The biggest midlife event comes on the heels of postponing change.