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Translation of "young" - English-Spanish dictionary

young

adjective   /jʌŋ/
A1 having lived or existed for only a short time and not old joven young people
noun [plural]   /jʌŋ/
the young
young people generally los jóvenes It’s the kind of music that appeals mainly to the young.
something’s young
an animal’s babies las crías de algo
(Definition of young from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

young

adjective /jaŋ/
in the first part of life, growth, development etc; not old joven a young person Young babies sleep a great deal A young cow is called a calf.
youngster noun
a young person joven A group of youngsters were playing football.
the young noun plural
young people in general los jóvenes, la juventud, la gente joven The young are deserting the mountain villages to seek work n the cities.
(Definition of young from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “young”
in Korean 어린…
in Arabic شاب, يافِع…
in Malaysian muda…
in French jeune…
in Russian молодой, юный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 幼小的, 年輕的, (適合)年輕人的…
in Italian giovane…
in Turkish genç…
in Polish młody…
in Vietnamese non, trẻ…
in Portuguese jovem…
in Thai เยาว์วัย…
in German jung…
in Catalan jove…
in Japanese (人や生物が)若い…
in Chinese (Simplified) 幼小的, 年轻的, (适合)年轻人的…
in Indonesian muda…
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