young

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Englisch - Türkisch
genç

John Bill kadar yaşlı değil; çok daha genç. - John is not as old as Bill; he is much younger.

O sağlam genç bir adam. - He is a robust young man.

yavru/genç
taze/genç
gençlik

Mektup bana gençlik günlerimi hatırlattı. - The letter reminds me of my young days.

O şarkıyı duyduğumda, gençlik günlerimi hatırlarım. - When I hear that song, I remember my younger days.

çocuk olan
gençler

Motorsiklete binmek gençler için tehlikeli olabilir. - It can be dangerous for young people to ride motorcycles.

Onun CD'leri gençler tarafından satın alınmıyor. - Her CDs are not bought by young people.

tüysüz
yavrular

Kanguruların yavrularını taşımak için garip bir yöntemi var. - Kangaroos have a strange method of carrying their young.

Memeliler yavrularına bakarlar. - Mammals care for their young.

{s} körpe. i
gençten
{s} acemi
yaş

John Bill kadar yaşlı değil; çok daha genç. - John is not as old as Bill; he is much younger.

Sam Tom'dan iki yaş küçük. - Sam is two years younger than Tom.

(hayvan) yavru
taze
yeni

Gençken yeni bir dil öğrenmek daha kolay. - It's easier to learn a new language when you are young.

Genç hayvanlar hızla yeni bir çevreye uyum sağlarlar. - Young animals adapt quickly to a new environment.

körpe
young blood gençlik
{i} küçük

O, benden beş yaş küçük. - She is five years younger than me.

Sam Tom'dan iki yaş küçük. - Sam is two years younger than Tom.

with young gebe
{i} yavru

Bazı hayvanlar yavrularını yerler. - Some animals eat their young.

Kanguruların yavrularını taşımak için garip bir yöntemi var. - Kangaroos have a strange method of carrying their young.

hayvan yavrusu
(isim) Berna
young man
delikanlı
young louse
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) yavşak
young animal
balak
young blue fish
(Gıda) çinekop balığı
young lady
hanım kız
young man
dadaş
young man
yiğit
young man
jön
young turkish party
(Tarih) jön türkler
young turks
(Tarih) jöntürkler
young's modulus
(İnşaat) elastisite modulü
young adult
genç erişkin
young generation
gençlik
young's modulus
elastikiyet katsayısı
young actors
genç aktörler
young algerians
genç Cezayirliler
young audience
genç kitleye
young blood
genç kan
young boy
delikanlı
young child
genç çocuk
young children
Küçük çocuklar
young cow
genç inek
young devil
Küçük şeytan
young folks
gençler
young horse
Küçük at
young lady
genç kız
young modulus
genç modülü
young one
bir genç
young person
genç

Genç bir kişi seni görmek istiyor. - A young person wants to see you.

Genç bir adam seni dışarıda bekliyor. - A young person is waiting for you outside.

young salmon
genç somon
young teen
genç teen
young valley
genç vadi, genç koyak
young wine
genç şarap
Young Turks
İttihatçılar
Young Turks
jön türkler
young adult consumers
genç yetişkin tüketiciler
young adulthood
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) genç erişkinlik
young ambition
gençlik hevesi
young and old
herkes. ''How old will Emre, who was born on 1 January 2000, be on 1 January 2050?'' ''He will be fifty years old.'' ''1 Ocak 2000'de doğan
young and old alike
yediden yetmişe
young and old alike
yedisinden yetmişine kadar
young animal
yavru
young at heart
(Konuşma Dili) ihtiyar delikanlı
young at heart
(Konuşma Dili) kafası genç
young at heart
(Konuşma Dili) gönlü genç
young at heart
(Konuşma Dili) kalbi genç
young buffalo calf
malak
young camel
potuk
young consumers
genç tüketiciler
young erythrocyte
(Tıp) neosit
young grammarians
(Dilbilim) genç dilbilgiciler
young in heart
(Konuşma Dili) gönlü genç
young in heart
(Konuşma Dili) kalbi genç
young in heart
(Konuşma Dili) ihtiyar delikanlı
young in heart
(Konuşma Dili) kafası genç
young in one's job
acemi
young industries
(Ticaret) genç endüstriler
young looking
genç görünümlü
young love
gençlik aşkı
young onset
genç başlangıçlı
young parent
genç ebeveyn
young person's act
(Kanun) çocuk hukuku
young rabbit
göçken
young river
genç nehir
young shaver
erkek çocuk
young turk
jön türk
young's modulus
elastikiyet katsayısı,young zorlanım ölçüsü
youngest
en genç

Mike ailesinde en gençtir. - Mike is the youngest in his family.

2009'da, Selena Gomez Amerika Birleşik Devletlerinde Birleşmiş Milletler Çocuk Fonu Elçiliğine seçilen en genç kişi oldu. - In 2009, Selena Gomez became the youngest person to be named a United Nations Children's Fund Ambassador in the United States.

not so young
geçkin
produce young
yavrulamak
very young
gepgenç
very young
çiçeği burnunda
when i was young
ben gençken
when i was young
gençliğimde
younger
genç

Daha genç günlerimize geri dönüş yoktur. - There is no returning to our younger days.

John Bill kadar yaşlı değil; çok daha genç. - John is not as old as Bill; he is much younger.

the young
gençler

Gençlerden birinin ayağı takıldı ve düştü. - One of the youngsters tripped and fell.

Gençler değişime kolayca uyum sağlarlar. - The young adapt to change easily.

youngness
gençlik
appeal to the young
gençleri ilgilendirmek
forever young
sonsuza kadar genç
grow young
genç büyümek
my young man
benim genç adam
producing many or young
üreten ya da çok genç
small fish, young fish; very small object
küçük balık, küçük balık, çok küçük bir nesne
to be young
genç olmak
to the Young
jöne
when i was young
gençtim ne zaman i
younger
daha genç

John Bill kadar yaşlı değil; çok daha genç. - John is not as old as Bill; he is much younger.

Daha genç kuşak şeylere farklı şekilde bakar. - The younger generation looks at things differently.

youngish
gençten
having young shoots
filizli
heavy with young
gebe (hayvan)
heavy with young
hamile (hayvan)
looking young despite his age
abıhayat içmiş
the young
gençlik
with young
gebe
younger
(sıfat) küçük
younger
küçük

O, benden beş yaş küçük. - She is five years younger than me.

Sam Tom'dan iki yaş küçük. - Sam is two years younger than Tom.

youngish
genç
youngish
taze/genç
youngish
oldukça genç
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von young im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

terence young
Doktor No, Rusya'dan Sevgilerle, Yıldırım Harekatı gibi James Bond filmleriyle tanınan ingiliz sinema yönetmeni
Englisch - Englisch
A British distinguishing surname for the younger of two people having the same given name
People who are young; young beings
Of or belonging to the early part of life
Having little experience; inexperienced; unpracticed; ignorant; weak
To exhibit younging
In the early part of growth or life; born not long ago

The age of space travel is still young.

To cause to appear younger
The younger generation
To become or seem to become younger
As if young; having the look or qualities of a young person

My grandmother is a very active woman and is quite young for her age.

Offspring

The lion caught a gnu to feed its young.

{n} the offspring of any creature
{a} not old, youthful, tender, ignorant
A wine which is not yet mature and needs to be left to age
English poet (1683-1765)
The young of an animal are its babies. The hen may not be able to feed its young. American religious leader who directed the Mormon Church after the assassination (1844) of its founder, Joseph Smith. He led an exodus of the Mormons from their troubled settlement in Illinois to the site of present-day Salt Lake City, Utah, where they established a permanent home for the church (1847). American baseball player. A pitcher for 22 seasons, he won 515 games, including 76 shutouts and 3 no-hit games. English poet known for his dramatic monologue Night Thoughts on Life, Death, and Immortality (1742-1745). American jazz musician with an improvisational, influental tenor saxophone style. British physician, physicist, and Egyptologist who revived the wave theory of light and postulated the three-color theory of color vision. He also helped decipher the hieroglyphics on the Rosetta Stone. American civil rights leader who was executive director of the National Urban League (1961-1971). Young Men's Christian Association Angry Young Men Brigham Young University Mavis de Trafford Young Hayne Robert Young Jackson Alexander Young Kim Young Sam Simpson Sir James Young Young Algerians Young America movement Young Italy Young Plan Young Tunisians Young Turks Young Andrew Young Brigham Young Coleman Young Cy Denton True Young Young Lester Willis Young Neil Young Thomas Charles Edward the Young Pretender
Not long born; still in the first part of life; not yet arrived at adolescence, maturity, or age; not old; juvenile; said of animals; as, a young child; a young man; a young fawn
joven; young man, el joven; young woman, la joven; la se?orita
United States religious leader of the Mormon Church after the assassination of Joseph Smith; he led the Mormon exodus from Illinois to Salt Lake City, Utah (1801-1877) United States baseball player and famous pitcher (1867-1955) English poet (1683-1765) United States jazz tenor saxophonist (1909-1959) British physicist and Egyptologist; he revived the wave theory of light and proposed a three-component theory of color vision; he also played an important role in deciphering the hieroglyphics on the Rosetta Stone (1773-1829) United States civil rights leader (1921-1971) United States film and television actress (1913-2000) (used of living things especially persons) in an early period of life or development or growth; "young people
You use young to describe a time when a person or thing was young. In her younger days my mother had been a successful fashionwear saleswoman
In simple wines signifies youthful freshness; in finer wines, refers to immaturity, wines as yet undeveloped
The offspring of animals, either a single animal or offspring collectively
United States film and television actress (1913-2000)
young people collectively; "rock music appeals to the young"; "youth everywhere rises in revolt"
{i} youth, the young generation, young people; puppy, cub; recently born animal, offspring
When used to describe a planetary surface, "young" means that the visible features are of relatively recent origin, i e that older features have been destroyed by erosion or lava flows Young surfaces exhibit few impact craters and are typically varied and complex; in contrast, an "old" surface is one that has changed relatively little over geologic time The surfaces of Earth and Io are young; the surfaces of Mercury and Callisto are old
(of crops) harvested at an early stage of development; before complete maturity; "new potatoes"; "young corn"
any immature animal young people collectively; "rock music appeals to the young"; "youth everywhere rises in revolt" United States religious leader of the Mormon Church after the assassination of Joseph Smith; he led the Mormon exodus from Illinois to Salt Lake City, Utah (1801-1877) United States baseball player and famous pitcher (1867-1955) English poet (1683-1765) United States jazz tenor saxophonist (1909-1959) British physicist and Egyptologist; he revived the wave theory of light and proposed a three-component theory of color vision; he also played an important role in deciphering the hieroglyphics on the Rosetta Stone (1773-1829) United States civil rights leader (1921-1971) United States film and television actress (1913-2000) (used of living things especially persons) in an early period of life or development or growth; "young people
British physicist and Egyptologist; he revived the wave theory of light and proposed a three-component theory of color vision; he also played an important role in deciphering the hieroglyphics on the Rosetta Stone (1773-1829)
{s} of childhood, of youth; at the beginning of life; fresh, novice, beginning
United States baseball player and famous pitcher (1867-1955)
United States jazz tenor saxophonist (1909-1959)
any immature animal young people collectively; "rock music appeals to the young"; "youth everywhere rises in revolt"
A young person, animal, or plant has not lived or existed for very long and is not yet mature. In Scotland, young people can marry at 16 a field of young barley He played with his younger brother. old The young are people who are young. The association is advising pregnant women, the very young and the elderly to avoid such foods
any immature animal
(used of living things especially persons) in an early period of life or development or growth; "young people"
United States civil rights leader (1921-1971)
Someone who is young in appearance or behaviour looks or behaves as if they are young. I was twenty-three, I suppose, and young for my age
Being in the first part, pr period, of growth; as, a young plant; a young tree
catachresis
youthy
new
ung
Young Earth Creationism
Belief that the universe and the Earth are 6,000 to 10,000 years old as inferred from a literal interpretation of the Old Testament
Young's modulus
The coefficient of elasticity of a solid; the rate of change of stress with strain
young adult
A person who has achieved sexual maturity but whose character and personality are still developing as they gain experience
young adults
plural form of young adult
young blood
young people; youth

Young blood must have its course, lad, and every dog its day. - Charles Kingsley.

young blood
youthful, revitalising or youth-oriented ideas
young bucks
plural form of young buck
young gun
a new or rising talent or star
young ladies
plural form of young lady
young lady
A young ladylike woman
young lady
A girl
young men
plural form of young man
young'un
child
young'uns
plural form of young'un
young buck
A teenager or a young adult male, young man
young wine
Must (from the Latin vinum mustum, “young wine”) is freshly pressed fruit juice (usually grape juice) that contains the skins, seeds, and stems of the fruit
Young Algerians
Algerian nationalist group. Formed shortly before World War I (1914-18), they were a loosely organized group of French-educated workers in the modernized French sector. The Young Algerians were "assimilationists," willing to consider permanent union with France on the condition that native Algerians be given the full rights of French citizens. In the years following the war, such gradualist reformers found themselves opposed by radical nationalists demanding complete independence. See also Ferhat Abbas; Association of Algerian Reformist Ulam; National Liberation Front
Young America movement
U.S. political concept popular in the 1840s. Inspired by European youth movements of the 1830s (see Young Italy), the U.S. group was formed as a political organization in 1845 by Edwin de Leon and George H. Evans. It advocated free trade, expansion southward into the territories, and support for republican movements abroad. It became a faction in the Democratic Party in the 1850s. Sen. Stephen A. Douglas promoted its nationalistic program in an unsuccessful effort to compromise sectional differences
Young Italy
Italian Giovine Italia Movement founded by Giuseppe Mazzini in 1831 to work for a united, republican Italian nation. In contrast to earlier independence movements of the Carbonari, Young Italy was to be based on support from the Italian people, who would be educated in their political role. To propagate his ideas, Mazzini published the journal Giovine Italia (1832-34). The movement spread in northern Italy and by 1833 included more than 50,000 members. It staged revolts in the 1830s and '40s, but it failed to win popular support for insurrection. In 1848 Mazzini replaced Young Italy with the Italian National Committee. After 1850 his influence declined as leadership of the movement for Italian unification passed to Camillo Benso, count di Cavour. See also Risorgimento
Young Judah
American zionist Jewish youth movement
Young MC
(born 1967 as Marvin Young) American rap musician
Young Maccabi
Israeli pioneering youth movement
Young Plan
(1929) Renegotiation of Germany's World War I reparations payments by a committee chaired by the U.S. lawyer Owen D. Young (1874-1962) in Paris. The Young Plan, a revision of the Dawes Plan, reduced the amount due from Germany to $26.3 billion, to be paid over 59 years, and ended foreign controls on German economic life. It went into effect in 1930, but the world depression affected Germany's ability to pay. When Adolf Hitler came to power in 1933, he repudiated the obligations of the Treaty of Versailles, including reparations
Young Pretender
another name for Bonnie Prince Charlie
Young Tunisians
Political party formed in 1907 by French-educated Tunisian intellectuals to oppose French rule. They demanded complete control of the country's government and administration and full citizenship rights for both Tunisians and Frenchmen. They protested the Italian invasion of Libya (1911) and rioted against French actions at home. The French exiled its leaders, driving the party underground until 1920, when it reemerged and reorganized itself as the Destour Party, which remained active until 1957. See also Habib Bourguiba
Young Turks
group of commanders and officers that engaged in rebellion and revolution against the Turkish government in 1908
Young Turks
Turkish Jöntürkler Coalition of young dissidents who ended the sultanate of the Ottoman Empire. Consisting of college students and dissident soldiers, the group succeeded in 1908 in forcing Abdülhamid II to reinstitute the 1876 constitution and recall the legislature. They deposed him the following year, reorganized the government, and began modernizing and industrializing Turkish society. They joined the Central Powers during World War I (1914-18). Facing defeat, they resigned a month before the war ended. See also Mustafa Kemal Atatürk; Enver Pasha; Midhat Pasha
young and old
people of all ages, children and the elderly
young at heart
feels young although he really isn't
young audience
audience made up of children, crowd of children spectators
young bird
a bird that is still young
young blood
Young people considered as a revitalizing force, as in an organization
young blood
new person, young person
young buck
an adolescent male
young bull
young male cow
young couple
young man dating a young woman
young deer
immature male deer
young fish
a fish that is young
young for his age
immature for his age, doesn't act his age
young genius
child prodigy
young gentleman
nice young man, polite young man
young girl
girl of a young age; woman of a young age
young goat
immature male goat
young gun
You can use young guns to talk about people, especially young men, who have lots of energy and talent, and are becoming very successful. He may have been eclipsed by the young guns, but his films are still very popular
young horse
immature male horse
young lady
young girl, young woman
young lion
immature male lion
young mammal
any immature mammal
young man
boy, male teenager
young master
son of the master of a house
young men's christian association
YMCA, international organization promoting physical and mental welfare (originally for young Christian men)
young mens christian association
An organization for promoting the spiritual, intellectual, social, and physical welfare of young men, founded, June 6, 1844, by George Williams (knighted therefor by Queen Victoria) in London
young mens christian association
In 1851 it extended to the United States and Canada, and in 1855 representatives of similar organizations throughout Europe and America formed an international body
young mens christian association
The movement has successfully expanded not only among young men in general, but also specifically among railroad men, in the army and navy, with provision for Indians and negroes, and a full duplication of all the various lines of oepration in the boys' departments
young modulus
Modulus of Elasticity: slope of the initial linear portion of the stress-strain curve
young modulus
Ratio of normal stress to the corresponding strain for tensile or compressive stresses less than the proportional limit of the material
young modulus
The ratio of normal stress within the proportional limit to the corresponding normal strain
young offender
a criminal in Britain who is not an adult according to the law
young one
A young human being; a child; also, a young animal, as a colt
young person
a young person (especially a young man or boy)
young talents
young people which discover special abilities in different aspects of art
young turk
a member of one or more of the insurgetn groups in Turkey in the late 19th century who rebelled against the absolutism of Ottoman rule
young turk
a young radical who agitates for reform a member of one or more of the insurgetn groups in Turkey in the late 19th century who rebelled against the absolutism of Ottoman rule
young turk
a young radical who agitates for reform
young women's christian association
YWCA, American organization for Christian females
young women's hebrew association
YWHA, American organization of Jewish females
young womens christian association
the United States, have local, national, and international organizations
young womens christian association
An organization for promoting the spiritual, intellectual, social, and economic welfare of young women, originating in 1855 with Lady Kinnaird's home for young women, and Miss Emma Robert's prayer union for young women,in England, which were combined in the year 1884 as a national association
young womens christian association
Now nearly all the civilized countries, and esp
young's modulus
a coefficient of elasticity applicable to the stretching of a wire
young-begetting(a)
capable of fathering offspring
Angry Young Man
Any of a group of mostly working-class and middle-class British playwrights and novelists who rose to prominence in the 1950s, their works being characterized by harshness, realism, and disillusionment with traditional norms
Angry Young Men
plural form of Angry Young Man
eat one's young
To betray a constituent or charge out of self-serving interests or desperation; savaging

With bankruptcy looming, the corporation eventually began eating its young; massive layoffs were announced, and all employee benefits and bonuses were suspended.

sweet young thing
A sweet young woman
sweet young thing
An attractive young woman

I just know he's off spending the night with some sweet young thing he picked up in a bar.

the night is young
It is not very late at night and there is plenty of time for other activities
with young
Of a female animal: pregnant
youngest
Superlative form of young
The Young Turks
(Technoloji) TYT, an online American liberal/progressive political and social commentary program hosted by Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian
younger
{a} more young, not so old, more weak
youngest
{a} the most young of all, the very last
youngish
{a} somewhat or rather young, tender
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
a novel by James Joyce which is based on his own life (1916)
Alexander Young Jackson
born Oct. 3, 1882, Montreal, Que., Can. died April 5, 1974, Kleinburg, Ont. Canadian landscape painter. He traveled to every region of Canada, including the Arctic; from 1921 on, he returned every spring to a favourite spot on the St. Lawrence River, where he produced sketches that he later executed in paint. Over a long career he became a leading artistic figure in his country. His easy style, featuring rolling rhythms and rich, full colour, exerted a strong influence on Canadian landscape painting
Andrew Young
in full Andrew Jackson Young, Jr. born March 12, 1932, New Orleans, La., U.S. U.S. politician. He earned a divinity degree in 1955 and became a pastor at several African American churches in the South. Active in the civil rights movement, he worked with Martin Luther King, Jr., and Ralph Abernathy in the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (1961-70). He served in the U.S. House of Representatives (1972-77). An early supporter of Jimmy Carter, he was appointed U.S. ambassador to the UN (1977-79), the first African American to hold the post. He served as mayor of Atlanta (1982-90)
Angry Young Man
a young man who strongly criticizes society and the government. The phrase was first used to describe John Osborne and other British writers in the 1950s
Angry Young Men
Group of mid-20th-century young British writers. Their works express the bitterness of the lower classes toward the established sociopolitical system and the mediocrity and hypocrisy of the middle and upper classes. The label came from a press agent's description of John Osborne, whose play Look Back in Anger (1956) is the movement's representative work. The group includes John Wain (1925-1994), Kingsley Amis, Alan Sillitoe, and Bernard Kops (b. 1926). A dominant literary force in the 1950s, the movement had faded by the early 1960s
Brigham Young
a US leader of the Mormon religion. In Illinois Mormons were being badly treated, and so they decided to move away. In 1847, Young led 5000 Mormons across the US to their new home in what later became the state of Utah, where they built Salt Lake City (1801-77). born June 1, 1801, Whitingham, Vt., U.S. died Aug. 29, 1877, Salt Lake City, Utah U.S. religious leader, second president of the Mormon church. He settled in Mendon, N.Y., in 1829 and was baptized into Joseph Smith's Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1832. In 1834 he joined the Mormons in Missouri, and when they were driven out in 1838, he organized their move to Nauvoo, Ill. He established a Mormon mission in England in 1839. After Smith's murder in 1844, Young took over the church. He led the persecuted Mormons from Illinois to Utah (1846-48), choosing the site of Salt Lake City for the new Mormon headquarters. Elected president of the Mormons in 1847, he became governor of the provisional state of Deseret in 1849 and of the territory of Utah in 1850. His dictatorial autonomy and legalization of polygamy led Pres. James Buchanan to replace him as governor in 1857 and send the army to assert federal supremacy in the so-called Utah War, but Young remained head of the Mormon church until his death. He took more than 20 wives and fathered 47 children
Brigham Young
(1801-1877) American religious leader, president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, governor of Utah
Brigham Young University
Private university in Provo, Utah, U.S. Founded in 1875 by the Mormon church president Brigham Young, it continues to be supported by the Mormon church. It comprises nine colleges as well as schools of management and law. Important research facilities include laboratories for nuclear, plasma, and solid-state physics, aquatic ecology, and veterinary pathology and institutes for the study of food and agriculture and of computer-aided manufacturing
Coleman Young
born May 24, 1918, Tuscaloosa, Ala., U.S. died Nov. 29, 1997, Detroit, Mich. U.S. politician. He moved with his family to Detroit in 1923. At Ford Motor Co. he became involved in union activities and civil rights activism. In World War II, he served with the Tuskegee Airmen. He later cofounded the National Negro Labor Council, which he disbanded in the 1950s to avoid turning over its membership list during an investigation by the House Un-American Activities Committee. He was elected to the Michigan senate in 1964, and in 1968 he became the Democratic National Committee's first African American member. As mayor of Detroit (1973-93), he focused on revitalizing the crime-ridden city by attracting new businesses and reinforcing the police department. He retired after an unprecedented five terms
Crosby Stills Nash and Young
American folk rock group of the 1960s and 1970s
Cy Young
Though many early records are in dispute, he won more major league games (509 or 511) than any other pitcher in history. Among his other records are games started (816 or 818), completed starts (750 or 751), and innings pitched (7,356 or 7,377). In 1904 he pitched the first perfect game (no player reaching first base). The annual Cy Young Award, instituted in 1956, originally honoured the best major league pitcher; since 1967 it has been given to the best pitcher in each league
Cy Young
a baseball player who was famous for his skill as a pitcher. Every year the Cy Young Award is given to the best pitchers in the American League and the National League (1867-1955). orig. Denton True Young born March 29, 1867, Gilmore, Ohio, U.S. died Nov. 4, 1955, Newcomerstown, Ohio U.S. baseball pitcher. Young, 6 ft 2 in. (1.88 m) tall, was a powerful right-handed thrower. His dominating fastball earned him the nickname "Cy," short for "cyclone." He began his major league career in 1890 with the Cleveland Indians (National League); after his Cleveland years (1890-98), he pitched for the St. Louis Cardinals (1899-1900), the Boston Red Sox (1901-08), the Cleveland Indians again (American League, 1909-11), and the Boston Braves (1911). In each of 16 seasons he won more than 20 games; in five he won more than
Cy Young Award
a prize given every year to the most successful pitcher (=the player who throws the ball) in the American League and the National League of US baseball. It is named after the famous pitcher Cy Young
Jr. Andrew Jackson Young
in full Andrew Jackson Young, Jr. born March 12, 1932, New Orleans, La., U.S. U.S. politician. He earned a divinity degree in 1955 and became a pastor at several African American churches in the South. Active in the civil rights movement, he worked with Martin Luther King, Jr., and Ralph Abernathy in the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (1961-70). He served in the U.S. House of Representatives (1972-77). An early supporter of Jimmy Carter, he was appointed U.S. ambassador to the UN (1977-79), the first African American to hold the post. He served as mayor of Atlanta (1982-90)
Kim Young Sam
born Dec. 20, 1927, K je Island [near Pusan], Korea South Korean moderate opposition leader who served as president (1993-98) after his party merged with the ruling party. First elected to South Korea's National Assembly in 1954, he served there until his expulsion in 1979 by Pres. Park Chung Hee, which touched off riots and demonstrations that preceded Park's assassination. After the military takeover by Gen. Chun Doo Hwan in 1980, Kim was put under house arrest until 1983. In 1990 he merged his party with the ruling Democratic Justice Party, a move that helped him win the presidency in 1992. He enacted reforms to end political corruption, and his term was one of rising prosperity for Korea until 1997, when Korea became caught up in an Asian financial crisis
Lester Willis Young
born Aug. 27, 1909, Woodville, Miss., U.S. died March 15, 1959, New York, N.Y. U.S. tenor saxophonist. Young joined Count Basie's band in 1936 and was recognized as a major new stylist on the instrument. His small-group recordings from the late 1930s with Basie and vocalist Billie Holiday are classics. He was nicknamed Prez by Holiday (short for "President of the saxophone"). Young's subtle harmonies and unconventional rhythmic independence influenced both bebop and cool-jazz musicians; his gentle tone and ethereal lyricism inspired an entire school of jazz saxophone playing
Lester Young
born Aug. 27, 1909, Woodville, Miss., U.S. died March 15, 1959, New York, N.Y. U.S. tenor saxophonist. Young joined Count Basie's band in 1936 and was recognized as a major new stylist on the instrument. His small-group recordings from the late 1930s with Basie and vocalist Billie Holiday are classics. He was nicknamed Prez by Holiday (short for "President of the saxophone"). Young's subtle harmonies and unconventional rhythmic independence influenced both bebop and cool-jazz musicians; his gentle tone and ethereal lyricism inspired an entire school of jazz saxophone playing
Neil Young
born Nov. 12, 1945, Toronto, Ont., Can. Canadian rock singer and songwriter. He began his career as a folksinger in Winnipeg and later moved to Los Angeles, Calif., U.S., where he formed the rock group Buffalo Springfield with Stephen Stills. In 1968 he released a solo album; in 1969 he joined Stills, David Crosby, and Graham Nash, to form Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. His high-pitched, nasal vocals were instantly recognizable in any band. With a new band, Crazy Horse, he had great success with albums such as Harvest (1972) and Comes a Time (1978). In the 1980s he experimented with rockabilly and electronic music
Neil Young
(born 1945) Canadian rock and folk musician, member of many music groups since the 1960s (including "Crosby Stills Nash & Young", and "Crazy Horse")
Robert Young Hayne
born Nov. 10, 1791, Colleton District, S.C., U.S. died Sept. 24, 1839, Asheville, N.C. U.S. politician. In 1823 he entered the U.S. Senate, where he became a spokesman for the South and the doctrine of states' rights. In his famous 1830 debate with Daniel Webster on the Constitution, he argued that the federal Constitution was a compact among the states and that any state might nullify a federal law that it considered in violation of the constitutional compact (see nullification). At the South Carolina nullification convention in 1832, he developed an ordinance that declared federal tariff laws null and void in the state. Resigning from the Senate in 1832, he served as governor of South Carolina (1832-34) and as mayor of Charleston (1834-37)
Sir James Young Simpson
born June 7, 1811, Bathgate, Linlithgowshire, Scot. died May 6, 1870, London, Eng. Scottish obstetrician. He received his M.D. from the University of Edinburgh, where he became professor of obstetrics. After news of the use of ether in surgery in Boston reached Scotland, Simpson employed it in obstetrics to relieve labour pains (1847) and later substituted chloroform, which he continued to use despite opposition from obstetricians and the clergy. He also introduced iron-wire sutures, the use of pressure to stop bleeding, and Simpson forceps (long obstetrical forceps)
The National Council of Young Israel
organization dealing with issues of young Israelis
The Young and the Restless
American television soap opera
Thomas Young
born June 13, 1773, Milverton, Somerset, Eng. died May 10, 1829, London English physicist. Trained as a physician, he practiced medicine at St. George's Hospital (from 1811 until his death) but spent much of his time on scientific research. He was the first to describe and measure astigmatism (1800-01) and the first to explain colour sensation in terms of retinal structures corresponding to red, green, and violet (1801). He established the principle of interference of light, thus resurrecting the century-old wave theory of light (1801). He explained capillarity independently of Pierre-Simon Laplace. Investigating elasticity, he proposed Young's modulus, a numerical constant that describes the elastic properties of a solid undergoing tension or compression. His other work included measuring the size of molecules and surface tension in liquids. With J.-F. Champollion, he helped decipher the inscriptions on the Rosetta Stone (1813-14)
charming young man
very nice young man
fine young man
upstanding young man, excellent young man, handsome young man
forever young
remaining young for always, remaining young at heart forever
in my young days
when I was young
old and young
aged and juvenile, of all ages
the Young Pretender Charles Edward
orig. Charles Edward Louis Philip Casimir Stuart known as Bonnie Prince Charlie born Dec. 31, 1720, Rome died Jan. 31, 1788, Rome Claimant to the British throne. He was the son of the royal pretender James Edward and grandson of the exiled James II of England. Seeking to regain the throne, in 1745 the "Young Pretender" landed in Scotland, where he raised an army of 2,400 among the clans. After taking Edinburgh and routing the English at Prestonpans, he crossed the English border and reached Derby, but a lack of strong support from the Jacobites and the French forced his retreat into Scotland. He was decisively defeated at the Battle of Culloden (1746) and, aided by Flora Macdonald (1722-90) and disguised as her maid, escaped to France. He wandered about Europe trying to revive his cause, but his debauched behaviour alienated his friends. He settled in Italy in 1766. He later became romanticized in ballads and legends
the night is still young
there are still plenty of hours left for leisure activities before dawn
very young
very juvenile, in infancy
when he was young
in his youth, when he was a child
with young
pregnant, expecting a child
younger
comparative of young
younger
little
younger
junior
younger
{s} junior; of an inferior in age
younger
used of the younger of two persons of the same name especially used to distinguish a son from his father; "John Junior"; "John Smith, Jr
younger
sb the Younger someone famous who lived in the past and had the same name as their mother or father elder. adj. Agrippina the Younger Kieran the Younger da Sangallo the Younger Antonio Giamberti Herrera Francisco the Younger Holbein Hans the Younger Louis the Younger Miltiades the Younger Pitt William the Younger Pliny the Younger Pompey the Younger Sir Henry Vane the Younger Scipio Africanus the Younger
younger
younger brother or sister; "little brother"
younger
used of the younger of two persons of the same name especially used to distinguish a son from his father; "John Junior"; "John Smith, Jr "
youngest
Most recently begun or formed
youngest
superlative of young
youngish
A youngish person is fairly young. a smart, dark-haired, youngish man
youngish
Somewhat young
youngish
{s} somewhat young, somewhat youthful
youngness
the opposite of oldness
youngness
The state or qualities of being young or youthful; youth
youngness
The quality or state of being young
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young
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