youthful

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} gençlere/gençliğe özgü
genç bir havaya sahip
genç bir insanı andıran
gençliğe özgü
genç

Yaşlı olmasına rağmen genç bir ruhu var. - Though he is old, he has a youthful spirit.

Tom çok genç, değil mi? - Tom is very youthful, isn't he?

gençlere yakışır
taze
gençlere özgü
{s} dinç
{s} diri
{s} gençlik
gençliğe yakışır
{s} genç bir havaya sahip, genç bir insanı andıran (yaşlıca/yaşlı kimse)
youth
gençlik

Birçok büyük insan gençliklerinde zorluklardan geçmişlerdir. - Many great men went through hardship during their youth.

Malezya'daki gençlik Kore ve Japonya'daki ünlülerden gerçekten hoşlanıyor. - The youth in Malaysia really like Korean and Japanese celebrities.

youthful excitement
gençlik heyecanı
youthful exuberance
gençlik heyecanı
youth
the flower of youth gençliğin baharı
youth
ergenlik
youth
uşak
youth
gençlik evresi
youth
dadaş
youth
gençlik dönemi
youth
genç (adam)
youth
nevcivan
youth
genç kişi
youth
gençlik çağı
make youthful
gençleştir
youth
genç

Onlar, Tom'un gençliğinde hangi zorlukları yaşadığını bilmiyorlar. - They don't know what difficulties Tom went through in his youth.

Gençliğinin bittiğini düşünmek için iyi bir nedenin olabilir. - You may have good reason to think that your youth is over.

youth
genç adam
youth
genceler
youth
gençli
become youthful
gençleşmek
youth
delikanlı
youth
tazelik
youth
gepegenç
youth
gençler

Bilim Mastering gençlerimizin coşkulu bir isteğidir. - Mastering science is an ardent wish of our youth.

Gençlerden oluşan bir grup yaşlı adama saldırdı. - A group of youths attacked the old man.

youth
{i} bahar
youth
delikanlılık
youth
dinçlik
youth
youth hostel genç yuristler için ucuz otel
youthfully
genç bir halde
youthfully
genç olarak
youthfully
(zarf) genç olarak
youthfulness
delikanlılık
youthfulness
gençlik
Englisch - Englisch
Young or seeming young
Characteristic of young people
{a} young, brisk, frolicsome, vigorous
suggestive of youth; vigorous and fresh
youthful enthusiasm and high spirits
{s} young; soft, fresh; juvenile
Someone who is youthful behaves as if they are young or younger than they really are. I'm a very youthful
Fresh; vigorous, as in youth
Not yet mature or aged; young
Of or pertaining to the early part of life; suitable to early life; as, youthful days; youthful sports
Also used figuratively
youthsome
youthful river
A fast flowing river characterized by a deep, narrow erosion pattern forming a V shaped channel or valley
Youthful.
youthly

he hath left his plumes all hoary gray, / And deckt himselfe with feathers youthly gay .

youth
A young man
youth
The quality or state of being young
youth
A young person
youth
The part of life following childhood; the period of existence preceding maturity or age; the whole early part of life, from childhood, or, sometimes, from infancy, to manhood
youth
Young persons, collectively
youthful.
ephebic
youth
{i} childhood; child; young person, youngster; young people in a collective manner; early period of anything
youth
{n} tender age, one who is past childhood
youthfully
{a} in a youthful manner, briskly
youthfulness
{n} a youthful state, briskness
Youth
youngth
ever youthful songstress
female singer who retains her youthfulness
ever-youthful singer
singer who retains his youthfulness
youth
cubhood
youth
early maturity; the state of being young or immature or inexperienced
youth
the freshness and vitality characteristic of a young person
youth
a young person (especially a young man or boy)
youth
n The Period of Possibility, when Archimedes finds a fulcrum, Cassandra has a following and seven cities compete for the honor of endowing a living Homer
youth
The quality or state of being young; youthfulness; juvenility
youth
A {fuddy-duddy} term when used as a noun designating a young person, rather than the state of being young In such cases its use is usually by persons who are not youthful themselves, unless they are cursed with premature {stuffed-shirtedness} In addition, youth is probably not really considered {politically correct} by many of those it is intended to describe Persons so designated generally prefer to be called young people, or teenagers, or sometimes just kids, as appropriate Unfortunately, there is no succinct alternative in English <<``Hello there, youth! What seems to be troubling you?'' ``None of your business, you old goat!''>> A poor choice of address <<Youths: What are your goals in life?>> Stuffy, but better <<Youth is wasted on the young >> Good, because youth here means the condition of being young, rather than young people People from New York sometimes pronounce it YOOF or YOOT
youth
Youth, as currently defined by the UUA's YRUU, are people aged 14 to 20 This definition applies only to continental activities--local groups make their own definitions, some including people as young as 12 and as old as 22 or 25
youth
young people collectively; "rock music appeals to the young"; "youth everywhere rises in revolt"
youth
Journalists often refer to young men as youths, especially when they are reporting that the young men have caused trouble. gangs of youths who broke windows and looted shops
youth
the time of life between childhood and maturity
youth
Aloysius Gonzaga
youth
Someone's youth is the period of their life during which they are a child, before they are a fully mature adult. In my youth my ambition had been to be an inventor. the comic books of my youth
youth
Youth is the quality or state of being young. Gregory was still enchanted with Shannon's youth and joy and beauty The team is now a good mixture of experience and youth
youth
2 is represented in Painting, Sculpture &c by a young man, in the prime of his years, with his mouth bound, (signifying that silence is not only commendable, but necessary in youth) holding under one arm a hare (as a symbol of watchfulness) and in the other a fish Or, clad in blue, with a garland of flowers on his head, in a dancing posture, and playing on a harp
youth
Individuals between the ages of 14 and 21; Younger youth are 14-18; Older youth are 19-21
youth
an early period of development; "during the youth of the project"
youth
A young person; especially, a young man
youth
The youth are young people considered as a group. He represents the opinions of the youth of today
youth
The definition is variable and is dependant on location In Canada, after age 24, youth are no longer eligible for adolescent social services
youth
The part of life that succeeds to childhood; the period of existence preceding maturity or age; the whole early part of life, from childhood, or, sometimes, from infancy, to manhood
youth
the freshness and vitality characteristic of a young person early maturity; the state of being young or immature or inexperienced the time of life between childhood and maturity an early period of development; "during the youth of the project
youth
A non-consistently defined age group internationally and in the U S Sometimes describing adolescents aged 13-19 and sometimes older young people from age 15-24
youthfully
In a youthful manner
youthfully
as someone young; vigorously, actively, energetically
youthfully
in a youthful manner; "he is still youthfully enthusiastic"
youthfully
in a youthful manner; "he is still youthfully enthusiastic
youthfulness
the vitality characteristic of youth
youthfulness
{i} quality of being youthful, quality of being young (immature, childish; vigorous, active)
youthfulness
the freshness and vitality characteristic of a young person
Türkisch - Englisch

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