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What does age out of something mean?


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age out of something

The phrase age out of something means to reach an age at which one is no longer eligible for the system of care designed to provide services, such as education or protection, for people below a certain age level.

Example(s):

He has aged out of the special student scholarship program.

This idiom is in the age category


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