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    Default Your defination/meaning of something changes with age.

    Your defination/meaning of something changes with age. The defination/meaning that were once clear to me have become fuzzy and no longer the same. The defination/meaning have a new set of meaning now.


    * Am I expressing it in an understandable way? Please help.

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    Default Re: Your defination/meaning of something changes with age.

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    Instead of trying to make corrections, I'm going to give you my take on this:

    "Your understanding of something changes with age. Those definitions that were once clear to you have shifted in meaning over the years, and now you find yourself with an entirely new understanding of them."

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    Default Re: Your defination/meaning of something changes with age.

    Quote Originally Posted by SlickVic9000 View Post
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    Instead of trying to make corrections, I'm going to give you my take on this:

    "Your understanding of something changes with age. Those definitions that were once clear to you have shifted in meaning over the years, and now you find yourself with an entirely new understanding of them."

    Thanks for replying SlickVic9000. Wow, I like the way you write it. That's exactly what I was trying say. Thank you so much for helping, I really appreciate it. What you posted will deeply embeded in my head. :)

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