German translation of 'grown-up'
[clothes, book] für Erwachsene
they have a grown-up family sie haben schon erwachsene Kinder
Erwachsene m or f (Erwachsener) adj m
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Example Sentences Including 'grown-up'
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Not only that, Gabe was looking forward to getting to know the grown-up version of his late Aunt Rita's Little Olhoni.KISS OF THE BEES (2002)
She even gave Trevor a tip, which made him feel very grown-up.MY BABYSITTER BITES BACK (2002)
Don't make me regret having this grown-up talk with you, Leigh.WEB OF DREAMS (2002)
She was almost envious of the tone he'd taken with her mother; he'd sounded almost like a grown-up himself.GOING OUT (2002)
'grown-up' in Other Languages
British English: grown-up /ˈɡrəʊnʌp/ NOUN
Children, or people talking to children, often refer to adults as grown-ups.
Try to speak like a grown-up.
- American English: grown-up
- Arabic: بالِغ
- Brazilian Portuguese: adulto
- Chinese: 成年人
- Croatian: odrastao
- Czech: dospělý muž
- Danish: voksen
- Dutch: volwassene
- European Spanish: persona mayor
- Finnish: aikuinen
- French: grande personne
- German: Erwachsener
- Greek: ενήλικος
- Italian: adulto
- Japanese: 成人
- Korean: 성인
- Norwegian: voksen
- Polish: dorosły
- European Portuguese: adulto
- Romanian: adult
- Russian: взрослый
- Spanish: persona mayor
- Swedish: vuxen
- Thai: ผู้ใหญ่
- Turkish: erişkin
- Ukrainian: дорослий
- Vietnamese: người lớn
British English: grown-up ADJECTIVE
Someone who is grown-up is physically and mentally mature and no longer depends on their parents or another adult.
I have grown-up children who are doing well.
Translation of grown-up from the Collins English to German Dictionary