sub-teenage

Translations

sub-teenage

adj attr (esp US) drinking etcvon Kindern; fansim Kindesalter
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Why are we babbling away about this obscure, annoying and preachy sub-Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon?
It cut through all the soundbites, the hype, the staged interviews and the daytime TV appearances that Tony Blair is employing to herald a crusade against child immorality in the wake of a couple of sub-teenage pregnancies.
Ironically, the `Kids Getting Older Younger` (KGOY) phenomenon, which refers to the growing sophistication of those in their early teenage and sub-teenage years, and which was partly responsible for the development of the teenage magazines market, is now one of the things that is threatening it.