teenage


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teen·age

 (tēn′āj′) also teen·aged (-ājd′)
adj.
Of, relating to, or applicable to those aged 13 through 19.

teenage

(ˈtiːnˌeɪdʒ)
adj
(prenominal) of or relating to the time in a person's life between the ages of 13 and 19 inclusive
n
this period of time

teen•age

(ˈtinˌeɪdʒ)

also teen′aged`,



adj.
pertaining to a teenager.
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Adj.1.teenage - being of the age 13 through 19teenage - being of the age 13 through 19; "teenage mothers"; "the teen years"
young, immature - (used of living things especially persons) in an early period of life or development or growth; "young people"

teenage

adjective youthful, adolescent, juvenile, immature One in four teenage girls now smoke.
Translations

teenage

[ˈtiːneɪdʒ] ADJ [fashion] → para adolescentes, juvenil
a teenage boy/girlun/una adolescente
memories of her teenage yearsrecuerdos mpl de sus años de adolescencia
to reduce the number of teenage pregnanciesreducir el número de embarazos entre las jóvenes adolescentes

teenage

[ˈtiːneɪdʒ] adj [fashion, magazine] → pour adolescents; [daughter, son, pregnancy, violence] → adolescent(e); [rebellion, problems] → des adolescents
She has two teenage daughters → Elle a deux filles adolescentes.
a teenage magazine → un magazine pour adolescents
a teenage boy → un adolescent
a teenage girl → une adolescente
Almost one in four teenage girls now smoke → Il y a maintenant presque une adolescente sur quatre qui fume.

teenage

adjTeenager-; child, son, boy, girlhalbwüchsig, im Teenageralter; pregnancy, suicideunter Teenagern; the teenage yearsdie Teenagerjahre pl; teenage idolTeenie-Idol nt (inf)

teenage

[ˈtiːnˌeɪdʒ] adj (problems) → da adolescente; (rebelliousness) → adolescenziale; (fashions) → per teenager, per giovani
teenage boy/girl → adolescente m/f

teenage

n. adolescencia.

teenage

adj adolescente, de 13 a 19 años (de edad)
References in periodicals archive ?
In neighbouring Warwickshire the teenage pregnancy rate has dropped by more than 10 per cent in that time.
Public health policies in Britain aim to halve teenage pregnancy rates among under-18s by 2010, and reduce the risk of social exclusion of teenage parents by supporting their participation in education, training and employment.
Another negative perception is that teenage fertility is spiralling out of control, in part because it offers people in desperate financial circumstances access to the Child Support Grant (CSG).
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Written by popular music and culture expert David Walley, who has documented the evolution of rock and roll since the late sixties, Teenage Nervous Breakdown: Music and Politics in the Post-Elvis Age is a close scrutiny of how rock and the rock lifestyle have been commercialized and merchandized, first to a teenage audience, and now to a worldwide consumer society.
Once a week, about 30 teenage girls from the northeast San Fernando Valley gather in a storefront office for the truth: about love and sex, nutrition and eating disorders, drugs and alcohol, careers and college.
Finally, the prevalence and duration of teenage vegetarianism in South Australia was measured (Worsley and Skrzpiec, 1998).
While the teenage pregnancy birth rate dropped for the 10th straight year, as of 2002, the United States still had the highest rate of teen pregnancy and births in the western industrialized world (National Center for Health Statistics, n.
Some break or breakdown occurs between Teenage Lust (1983) and 1992 (1992), and the difference is like down-and-out romance versus Cialis with Tina.
London--The London Daily Telegraph reveals that teenage pregnancies in England increased by 800 between 2001 and 2002, despite 15 [pounds sterling] million spent by government on strategies to reduce them.
When I stepped onto the stage for the public debate between the Teenage Republicans and a group of Democrats from my high school, I felt nervous and shaky despite the piles of notes and weeks of research.
Indeed, there is a whole aspect of the camp industry that focuses on programs for teens so that they can continue to have fun, travel in comfort, stay in camp in luxury, be free to socialize and function in their usual teenage ways--without having to give up much, if any, of the innocence of childhood and the comforts of home.