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inner child

noun [C usually singular] uk   us  
Your inner child is the part of your personality that still reacts and feels like a child: Many therapists think it's important for adults to get in touch with their inner child.
Translations of “inner child”
in Chinese (Traditional) 童心…
in Chinese (Simplified) 童心…
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