unweaned


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unweaned

(ʌnˈwiːnd)
adj
(Physiology) not weaned from mothers' milk to other nourishment
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Adj.1.unweaned - not weaned; "some children remain unweaned until their second or third birthdays"
weaned - freed of dependence on something especially (for mammals) mother's milk; "the just-weaned calf bawled for its mother"
Translations

unweaned

[ˈʌnˈwiːnd] ADJno destetado

unweaned

adj baby(noch) nicht entwöhnt
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The still unweaned child imbibes enough from his mother's milk sleep for hours.