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"youngster" in British English

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youngsternoun [C]

uk   /ˈjʌŋ.stər/  us   /-stɚ/
C1 a ​youngperson, usually an ​olderchild: The ​scheme is for youngsters between the ​ages of ten and 16.
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(Definition of youngster from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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youngsternoun [C]

 us   /ˈjʌŋ·stər/
a ​youngperson: The ​program was ​designed to ​findsummerjobs for ​city youngsters ​ages 14 to 21.
(Definition of youngster from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “youngster”
in Arabic فَتى…
in Korean 청소년…
in Portuguese jovem…
in Catalan jove…
in Japanese 青少年…
in Chinese (Simplified) 年轻人, 少年…
in Turkish çocuk, genç, genç kimse…
in Russian подросток, молодой человек…
in Chinese (Traditional) 年輕人, 少年…
in Italian giovane, ragazzo, -a…
in Polish chłopak, dziewczyna…
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