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fledglingadjective [not gradable]

us   /ˈfledʒ·lɪŋ/
new and not experienced: Still in his teens, he pursued his fledgling career in journalism.
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fledglingadjective [before noun]

uk   /ˈfledʒlɪŋ/ us   also fledgeling
a fledgling company or industry is a fairly new one with little experience in a business activity: Many fledgling companies need financial assistance. One of those fledgeling industries in the area is tourism. a fledgling airline/brewery/bank
used for talking about someone who is just starting a particular type of job: She was able to help him in his fledgling career. a fledgling designer/developer/filmmaker
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