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teen 1

 (tēn)
n.
1. teens
a. The numbers 10 through 19 or 13 through 19.
b. The 10th through 19th items, in a series or scale: The temperature was in the low teens.
c. The 13th through 19th years of a person or animal's life: students in their teens.
2. A teenager.
adj.
Teenage.

teen 2

 (tēn)
n. Archaic
Misery; grief.

[Middle English tene, from Old English tēona.]

teens

(tiːnz)
pl n
1. the years of a person's life between the ages of 13 and 19 inclusive
2. (Mathematics) all the numbers that end in -teen

teens

(tinz)

n.pl.
the numbers 13 through 19, esp. the 13th through 19th years of a lifetime or a century.
[1595–1605; teen + -s3]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.teens - the time of life between the ages of 12 and 20teens - the time of life between the ages of 12 and 20
time of life - a period of time during which a person is normally in a particular life state
adulthood, maturity - the period of time in your life after your physical growth has stopped and you are fully developed
2.teens - all the numbers that end in -teen
large integer - an integer equal to or greater than ten
Translations
الأعْداد بين 13 و 19السَّنَوات بين 13 و 19السَّنَوَاتُ بَيْـن ١٣ و ١٩ مِن العُمْر
čísla od 13 do 19dospívánívěk dospívání
teenageår
teini-ikä
tinejdžerske godine
tizenévektízesek
tölurnar milli òrettán og nítjánunglingsár
十代
십대
paauglio metųskaičiai nuo 13 iki 19
pusaudža vecumsskaitļi no 13 līdz 19
vek dospievania
najstniška leta
tonåren
ช่วงวัยรุ่น
13 ile 19 arasındaki sayılar13-19 yaş dönemiergenler
tuổi thiếu niên
13岁至19岁的青少年十多岁数字13至19之间

teens

[tiːnz] NPLadolescencia fsing
to be in one's teensser adolescente
he is still in his teenses adolescente todavía, no ha cumplido aún los 20

teens

[ˈtiːnz] npl (= teenage years) → adolescence f
I first met John in my late teens → J'ai rencontré John pour la première fois à la fin de mon adolescence., Je sortais de l'adolescence lorsque j'ai rencontré John pour la première fois.
Most people who smoke began smoking in their teens → La plupart des gens commencent à fumer pendant l'adolescence.
to be in one's teens → être adolescent(e)

teens

pl
Teenageralter nt; to be in one’s teensim Teenageralter sein; to reach one’s teensins Teenageralter kommen; he is still in/barely out of his teenser ist noch keine/knapp über zwanzig (Jahre alt)
(inf: = teenagers) → Teenager pl

teens

[tiːnz] npl he is still in his teensè ancora un adolescente

teens

(tiːnz) noun plural
1. the years of a person's life between the ages of thirteen and nineteen. She's in her teens.
2. the numbers from thirteen to nineteen.
ˈteenage (-eidʒ) adjective
of, or suitable for, people in their teens. teenage children/clothes/behaviour.
ˈteenager (-eidʒə) noun
a person in his or her teens.

teens

السَّنَوَاتُ بَيْـن ١٣ و ١٩ مِن العُمْر dospívání teenageår Teenageralter εφηβική ηλικία adolescencia teini-ikä adolescence tinejdžerske godine adolescenza 十代 십대 tienerjaren tenåringer wiek dojrzewania período da adolescência возраст от 13 до 19 лет tonåren ช่วงวัยรุ่น ergenler tuổi thiếu niên 十多岁

teens

npl los años 13 a 19 (de edad)
References in classic literature ?
To think that this is my twentieth birthday, and that I've left my teens behind me forever," said Anne, who was curled up on the hearth-rug with Rusty in her lap, to Aunt Jamesina who was reading in her pet chair.
I'm too old for running, uncle; Miss Power said it was not lady-like for girls in their teens," answered Rose, primly.
Miss Stacy took all us girls who are in our teens down to the brook last Wednesday, and talked to us about it.
Let it move thee, crafty, ill-conditioned monster, to see my blooming youth- still in its teens, for I am not yet twenty- wasting and withering away beneath the husk of a rude peasant wench; and if I do not appear in that shape now, it is a special favour Senor Merlin here has granted me, to the sole end that my beauty may soften thee; for the tears of beauty in distress turn rocks into cotton and tigers into ewes.
Ben and Letty Garth, who were uncle and aunt before they were well in their teens, disputed much as to whether nephews or nieces were more desirable; Ben contending that it was clear girls were good for less than boys, else they would not be always in petticoats, which showed how little they were meant for; whereupon Letty, who argued much from books, got angry in replying that God made coats of skins for both Adam and Eve alike--also it occurred to her that in the East the men too wore petticoats.
As if a young creature in her teens knew the state of her own heart
While the present century was in its teens, and on one sunshiny morning in June, there drove up to the great iron gate of Miss Pinkerton's academy for young ladies, on Chiswick Mall, a large family coach, with two fat horses in blazing harness, driven by a fat coachman in a three-cornered hat and wig, at the rate of four miles an hour.
Laurie is not as respeckful as he ought to be now I am almost in my teens, he calls me Chick and hurts my feelings by talking French to me very fast when I say Merci or Bon jour as Hattie King does.
The worst-tempered bit of a sickly slip that ever struggled into its teens.
She's a mere girl, Lizzie -- I doubt if she's out of her teens -- I'm old enough to be her father.
I was a boy in my teens at the time of my father's death and had never seen the Hall, for he lived in a little cottage on the South Coast.
We do not hate, nor grieve, nor joy, nor despair in our thirties like we did in our teens.