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?
In the case of "The Patriot," Mel Gibson's sub-teenage sons even tote muskets and augment the body count.
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.