Definition of 'young'
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It is not as appealing to a young person. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was full of groups of young men. The Sun (2016)And there were the young people behind her listening intently. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And what suits you when you are young may change with age. The Sun (2016)His two younger brothers and father have since joined them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She is conscious that she might become one for young women. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Then there is the unseen financial investment agents make in young players. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He is young enough to be my son and it was so exciting. The Sun (2016)These too might be harmful, especially to young brains. The Sun (2017)I have no desire to marry my younger man. The Sun (2016)Worries which may seem trivial to the onlooker can be of great proportions to the young person. Working with Teenagers (1994)Will the young as well as young at heart enjoy it? The Sun (2007)That most schemes designed to introduce young people to arts and culture are destined to fail. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Why is coaching especially effective with young and emerging leaders? Christianity Today (2000)Some of them are too young and some may not be good enough. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The conservative culture also means that cohabitation is rare and couples marry younger than elsewhere. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Surely he must be one of the youngest to do so? The Sun (2010)There were no young players coming through the system. The Sun (2012)To lose three months of that when you are young and fit enough to play is ridiculous. The Sun (2016)We owe it to the younger generation to allow them a better range of choices. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Three million young adults live with their parents. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It was both our dreams from a young age. The Sun (2012)Young people these days seem to mind rather more about the quality of the education they get. Times, Sunday Times (2009)His younger brother 's footballing days are also over. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It's a relatively young squad so it will continue to improve. The Sun (2015)
Trends of 'young'
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Translations for 'young'
British English: young /jʌŋ/ ADJECTIVE
A young person, animal, or plant has not lived for very long.
A kitten is a young cat.
- American English: young
- Arabic: شَابّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: jovem
- Chinese: 年轻的
- Croatian: mlad
- Czech: mladý
- Danish: ung
- Dutch: jong
- European Spanish: joven
- Finnish: nuori
- French: jeune
- German: jung
- Greek: νεαρός
- Italian: giovane
- Japanese: 若い
- Korean: 어린
- Norwegian: ung
- Polish: młody
- European Portuguese: jovem
- Romanian: tânăr
- Russian: молодой
- Spanish: joven
- Swedish: ung
- Thai: อ่อนวัย
- Turkish: genç
- Ukrainian: молодий
- Vietnamese: trẻ
Definition of young from the Collins English Dictionary
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