twentyish

twentyish

(ˈtwɛntɪɪʃ)
adj
around or approximately twenty
Translations

twentyish

[ˈtwentɪɪʃ] ADJde unos veinte años
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Its middle-aged driver quickly stepped out and around the car to open the rear door for his casually dressed twentyish young passenger, in true chauffeur style minus the uniform.
The book is refreshing, a thoughtful analysis of how to live life more fully, "taking part and tapping into something new." Even her eye-rolling twentyish sons seem to swap out their initial mortification for a degree of amused respect by the end of the book.
Here a houseguest comes on to the twentyish Stella:
Initial discussions led us to decide on a female character, based on anecdotal evidence in informal education venues that indicated young (twentyish) female role models would better attract and engage the target audience of 7- to 14year-old visitors, especially young female visitors.
Twentyish years ago, Ali Williams, from Cwmbran, was training to be a physiotherapist in Cardiff and formed student Juggling Group called, innovatively enough, Balls Up.
The twentyish duo make an attractive but oddly matched pair--he's tall, slim, very Northern Euro, she's a curvy, almost squat Latina--and the banter, low-key flirtations and increasingly sweaty physical exchanges between them possess a credible spontaneity.
So you're talking twentyish years for something that was optimized to get out of there quickly.
Whether this includes the novel's shocking torture scene, Campbell's not saying but while admitting that origin stories are fertile ground in the wake of Batman Begins the casting of Daniel Craig now makes it unlikely that Bond's going to be the late twentyish agent fresh out of spy school he'd once been quoted as envisaging.
Though it includes some political argument--mostly between Henry and his twentyish daughter Daisy, a gifted poet--Saturday is not a political book.
In the dining room, leaning over the table, a sty in her left eye, is a twentyish woman, squat, sloppy - his second-degree niece and, as far as I know, the only relative he has left in the world.
You visit with a twentyish couple, friends of McElwee, whose target date for giving up cigarettes somehow keeps receding into the future.
And in the middle is Tommy (Danny Dyer), a twentyish Chelsea fan who lives for the punch up but who's started having nightmares of being kicked to death ever since he discovered the bloke he knocked round the head with a cricket bat after a drunken night on the pull was Fred's brother.