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If we want to express someone dresses (right verb?) in a way that reflects his/her age, do we say:
He dresses his age? Or he dresses like his age?
Thanks apex and bill. I appreciate your reply.
Both "He dresses for his age" and "He dresses his age" are good. Is there any difference in implication (if any) between the two? Or is it simply a British/American English difference? Thanks.