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Polish translation of “junior”

junior

noun
 
 
/ˈdʒuːniər/
be 10/20, etc years sb's junior to be 10/20, etc years younger than someone
być od kogoś 10/20 itp. lat młodszym
My wife is 8 years my junior.Describing age and birthdays
STUDENT [C] a student in their third year of study at an American college or high school (= school for 15-18 year olds)
student/ka trzeciego roku, ucze-ń/nnica trzeciej klasy liceum
Students and pupils
CHILD [C] UK a child who goes to a junior school
dziecko w młodszym wieku szkolnym
Students and pupils
(Definition of junior noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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