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boyhoodnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ˈbɔɪ.hʊd/
the period when a person is a boy, and not yet a man, or the state of being a boy: I had a very happy boyhood. The transition from boyhood to manhood can be a confusing period. It was his boyhood ambition/dream to become a film director. James Bond was a boyhood hero of mine.
Translations of “boyhood”
in Chinese (Traditional) (男子的)孩童時期,少年時代…
in Russian мальчишеский возраст…
in Turkish çocukluk çağı…
in Chinese (Simplified) (男子的)孩童时期,少年时代…
in Polish dzieciństwo…
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