tweenager

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tweenager

(ˈtwiːnˌeɪdʒə)
n
informal a child of approximately eight to fourteen years of age
[from (be)tween + (teen)ager]
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Mr Bell added: "Until Shampooheads came along, tweenagers had to use either kids' or adult products.
Now it's more a case of enduring Ant and Dec or Simon Cowell & Co for the sake of your tweenagers.
They're a bunch of pretty boys, cynically manufactured for the tweenagers and those not much past puberty.
Babies (under 12 months); Infants (under 24 months); Toddlers (1-4); Children (2-9); Tweenagers (10-14); Teenagers (13-19); Young Adults (15-29); Middle aged (30-50); Baby boomers (40-59); Pensioners; Elderly population (60+) Other key population statistics:
The Real Tweenagers of Atlanta: The Final Assembly, Rosemary Newcott.
The teen sensation is releasing his debut album Contrast and no doubt thousands of tweenagers are downloading as you read.
Om Tweenagers opplevelse av tilherighet i en flerkulturell setting i Oslo.
Scherzinger has made a few million quid selling records to cutesy tweenagers who haven't had their first kiss.
Guinea Dog" is a great book for tweenagers and older.
Existen marcadas diferencias con el pasado; sirva lo expuesto para contextualizar como el marketing al cual estan expuestos hoy los ninos difiere de aquel al cual se hallaban expuestos los babyboomers en su ninez, pues, a diferencia de lo que estos pudieron haber experimentado en su infancia o pre-adolescencia, incluso la generacion x, los tweenagers nacieron bajo la existencia de Internet y van creciendo ante la presencia de importantes adelantos tecnologicos en el mundo de la electronica y las telecomunicaciones.
Wearing glorified pyjamas (a velour tracksuit), UGG boots, black bags under my eyes and a complexion so pale I was rivaling the Halloween tweenagers skulking around outside, I took myself, and my ever-enlarging frizzy hair, out for a walk.