an old/a wise head on young shoulders Definition in British English Dictionary
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an old/a wise head on young shoulders

a child or young person who thinks and talks like an older person who has more experience of life
Translations of “an old/a wise head on young shoulders”
in Chinese (Traditional) 年輕而老練,少年老成…
in Chinese (Simplified) 年轻而老练,少年老成…
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