US: /ˈɛɫdɝɫi/
UK: /ˈɛldəli/

English Vietnamese dictionary

elderly /'eldəli/
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Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective
1 (of people) used as a polite word for 'old': an elderly couple + elderly relatives
2 (the elderly) noun [pl.] people who are old

Thesaurus dictionary

1 old, past middle age, oldish, advanced in years, of advanced age, along in years, grey, ageing, aged, venerable; hoary, ancient, senescent, decrepit, superannuated; senile, anile; Colloq over the hill, past it, long in the tooth, having one foot in the grave, old-fogyish or old-fogeyish:
Today, a person isn't considered elderly till he's past 65.
2 the elderly. the retired, the old, senior citizens, pensioners, O.A.P.'s, old-age pensioners, golden-agers, Colloq old-timers, (old) geezers, (old) fogies or fogeys, Brit wrinklies:
The elderly constitute an increasingly large body of voters.

Concise English dictionary

+people who are old collectively
+advanced in years; (`aged' is pronounced as two syllables)