teenybopper

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teen·y·bop·per

 (tē′nē-bŏp′ər)
n. Slang
1. A young teenage girl.
2. A teenager who follows the latest fad or craze, as in dress or music.

[teen + -y + bop + -er.]

teenybopper

(ˈtiːnɪˌbɒpə)
n
slang a young teenager, usually a girl, who avidly follows fashions in clothes and pop music
[C20: teeny, from teenage + -bopper see bop1]
ˈteenyˌbop adj

teen•y•bop•per

(ˈti niˌbɒp ər)

n. Informal.
a teenager, esp. a girl, who is devoted to teenage fads, rock music, etc.
[1965–70]
Translations

teenybopper

[ˈtiːnɪˈbɒpəʳ] Nquinceañero/a m/f

teenybopper

teeny-bopper [ˈtiːnibɒpər] nteenybopper f

teenybopper

nTeenager m, → Teeny m (inf); (= girl also)Pipimädchen nt (pej inf)
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