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The value for any parent is the companionship you can have with your youngsters as you play. The Sun (2016)Agents surround promising youngsters and talk incessantly about fame and fortune. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He visits regularly, keen to help youngsters like his brother helped him. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I like helping the youngsters coming through. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We supplement them with high-quality cricketers to build the team around who help the youngsters to fulfil their potential. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The stories help the youngster cope with the anger and fear he feels about his mum's terminal illness. The Sun (2017)One leading agent summed up the reason why youngsters do not get the chance at big clubs - money and pressure. The Sun (2016)It takes us to a Friends café, which helps local youngsters get an education. The Sun (2016)Meanwhile, England are continuing to make the youngsters wait before getting a chance in oneday cricket. The Sun (2016)The youngsters play sport and learn about life. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Why not have fun with your money and help a youngster make something of themselves. The Sun (2014)What has also changed is the reason many youngsters want to get into business. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The reward of working with youngsters keeps people in work. The Sun (2013) One in six youngsters quizzed admitted they had been tormented by thugs online. The Sun (2008)One to forget for the promising youngster and hamstring injury did not help. The Sun (2006)These youngsters did not come from privileged backgrounds. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Last summer he organised patrols to ensure that youngsters playing in parks got home safely. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If your youngster needs help with a drug problem you may be the best person to help. Cohen, Julian & Kay, James Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)We need to get more youngsters playing. The Sun (2010)The only people employing youngsters are gang members. The Sun (2014)There has to be a pathway for the youngsters to come through. The Sun (2013)How does a food bank help a youngster get a job? The Sun (2014)Those extra matches are where the youngsters will get their chance to shine. The Sun (2012)The key is that earlier figure showing twice as many old people as youngsters vote. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The idea was to get the youngsters used to playing in the same conditions as the senior players. Times, Sunday Times (2012) One of the youngsters was intrigued by these pictures and asked the officer if those were real photographs of the wanted people. Christianity Today (2000)And he is 23 - past the point at which he could be considered a promising youngster. Times, Sunday Times (2011)

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Translations for 'youngster'

British English: youngster NOUN
Young people, especially children, are sometimes referred to as youngsters.
Other youngsters are not so lucky.
  • American English: youngster
  • Brazilian Portuguese: jovem
  • Chinese: 年轻人 >尤指小孩
  • European Spanish: joven
  • French: jeune
  • German: Kind
  • Italian: bambino
  • Japanese: 子供
  • Korean: 어린이
  • European Portuguese: jovem
  • Spanish: joven

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