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Meaning of “childhood” - Learner’s Dictionary

childhood

noun [C, U]     /ˈtʃaɪldhʊd/
B1 the part of your life when you are a childYoung peopleDescribing age and birthdays
Translations of “childhood”
in Korean 어린 시절…
in Arabic طُفولة…
in Portuguese infância…
in Catalan infantesa…
in Japanese 子供時代…
in Italian infanzia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 童年, 孩童時期,孩提時代…
in Russian детство…
in Turkish çocukluk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 童年, 孩童时期,孩提时代…
in Polish dzieciństwo…
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