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Translation of "youth" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun   /juːθ/
a young man joven gangs of youths
B1 young people generally juventud the youth of today
your youth
the period of time when you are young la juventud de alguien I was very shy in my youth.
[no plural] the quality of being young juventud
(Definition of youth from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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noun, noun /juːθ/ ( plural youths /juːðz/)
(the state of being in) the early part of life juventud Enjoy your youth! He spent his youth in America.
a boy of fifteen to twenty years old approximately joven He and two other youths were kicking a football about.
young people in general juventud, los jóvenes Some people say that today’s youth has/have no sense of responsibility.
youthful adjective
young joven The boy looked very youthful.
energetic, active, young-looking etc joven Exercise will keep you youthful.
of youth juvenil youthful pleasures.
youthfully adverb
de forma juvenil
youthfulness noun
youth hostel noun
a place for young people, especially hikers, on holiday, where cheap and simple accommodation is provided. albergue juvenil
youth mentor noun
someone who gives guidance and is like a big sister/brother to a young person who has social problems or is retarded. mentor
(Definition of youthyouth hosteller from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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