ELD

Electronic License Distribution

eld

  1. late time of life
  2. a time in life (usually defined in years) at which some particular qualification or power arises

Eld

• (n.) Age; esp., old age. • (v. i.) To age; to grow old. • (a.) Old. • (v. t.) To make old or ancient. • (n.) Old times; former days; antiquity.
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Eld

Eld adjective [ Anglo-Saxon eald .] Old. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Eld

Eld intransitive verb To age; to grow old. [ Obsolete]
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Eld

Eld noun [ Anglo-Saxon yldu , yldo , eldo , old age, from ald , eald , old. See Old .] 1. Age; esp., old age. [ Obsolete or Archaic] « As sooth is said, eelde hath great avantage.» Chaucer. « Great Nature, ever you...
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Eld

Eld transitive verb To make old or ancient. [ Obsolete] « Time, that eldeth all things.» Rom. of R.
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ELD

English language development (ELD) means instruction designed specifically for English language learners to develop their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in English. This type of instruction is also known as "English as a second language" (
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ELD

English language development (ELD) means instruction designed specifically for English language learners to develop their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in English. This type of instruction is also known as 'English as a second language' (ESL), 'teaching English to speakers of other languages' (TESOL), or '...
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