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Imagine John is 15 years old and Mark is 10 years old. If someone said "John isn't as old as Mark," is this sentence semantically correct, and means Mark is older than John? In this case, the word "old" means someone has lived longer than another one, or just used to compare the age itself?

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Imagine John is 15 years old and Mark is 10 years old. If someone said "John isn't as old as Mark," is this sentence semantically correct, and means Mark is older than John? In this case, the word "old" means someone has lived longer than another one, or just used to compare the age itself?
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