younger

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
daha genç

O, ondan iki yaş daha gençtir. - She's two years younger than him.

Manzara beni daha genç günlerime geri götürdü. - The scenery carried me back to my younger days.

{s} küçük

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

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

(sıfat) küçük
genç

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

Manzara beni daha genç günlerime geri götürdü. - The scenery carried me back to my younger days.

young
genç

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

O genç ama deneyimli. - He is young, but experienced.

younger sister
kız kardeşi
young
yavru/genç
young
taze/genç
junior
lise veya üniversitede sondan bir evvelki
junior
(Eğitim) üçüncü sınıf öğrencisi
young
yavrular

Yavrularını besleyen ve barındıran kuşların aksine balıklar yumurtalarını terk eder. - Unlike birds, which feed and shelter their young, fish abandon their eggs.

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

young
çocuk olan
young
tüysüz
young
küçük

Lucy'nin annesi, ona küçük kız kardeşine bakmasını söyledi. - Lucy's mother told her to take care of her younger sister.

Küçük erkek kardeşim TV izliyor. - My younger brother is watching TV.

young
acemi
young
{s} körpe. i
young
hayvan yavrusu
young
yeni

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

Onun yeni saç-yapımı daha genç görünmesine neden oldu. - Her new hair-do made her look younger.

young
yavru

Sıcak havalarda sadece erkek yavru doğuran timsahın da doğuracak dişiler olmayacağı için nesli tükenebilir. - The crocodile, which produces only male young in hotter weather, might die out too because there will be no females to breed.

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

Young
(isim) Berna
junior
kıdemce aşağı
junior
(Ticaret) tali
junior
(Askeri) alt devre
junior
kıdemsiz
seem younger
küçük göstermek
young
gençten
junior
daha genç
junior
küçük

O benden beş yıl daha küçük. - She is five years junior to me.

Yaşça kendinden küçük olanlara tepeden bakar. - He is haughty to his juniors.

make younger
gençleştir
young
körpe
young
taze
young
yaş

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

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

young
gençlik

Gençlik günlerimde, ben de onu düşündüm. - I thought that as well, in my younger days.

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

young
(hayvan) yavru
young
gençler

Merkezin hedefi, diğer ülkelerden gelen gençleri belli bir zaman aralığında eğitmek olmalıdır. - The goal of the center should be to train young people from other countries within a specific time period.

Gençler, kendilerini bir şeye yaşlı insanlardan daha çabuk adapte ederler. - Young people adapt themselves to something sooner than old people.

junior
{s} yaşça küçük
junior
{s} b.h. küçük (Babasıyla aynı adı taşıyan kimsenin adına eklenir.). 5
junior
{i} yaşça küçük kimse
junior
(sıfat) küçük, genç, ast, çocuk
junior
{i} genç

Genç, neden birlikte bir gruba girmiyoruz? - Junior, why don't we go into a group together?

junior
{i} ast
junior
(Askeri) AST: Mevki ve kıdemce daha küçük olan; birisinin emri altında bulunan kimse
junior
mevki veya kıdemce küçük olan kimse
young
with young gebe
young
young blood gençlik
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
{a} more young, not so old, more weak
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
comparative of young
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 brother or sister; "little brother"
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
{s} junior; of an inferior in age
junior
little
younger generation
children, the new generation
young
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.

young
The younger generation
young
To become or seem to become younger
young
People who are young; young beings
young
To exhibit younging
young
To cause to appear younger
young
Offspring

The lion caught a gnu to feed its young.

young
{a} not old, youthful, tender, ignorant
young
{n} the offspring of any creature
Agrippina the Younger
born AD 15 died 59 Mother of Nero and a major influence in the early years of his reign. Daughter of Agrippina the Elder ( 14 BC-AD 33) and sister of Caligula, she was exiled (39-41) for conspiring against Caligula. Her first husband, Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus, was Nero's father. Accused of poisoning her second husband (49), she married Claudius, her uncle, and had him adopt Nero as his heir instead of his own son. She poisoned her son's rivals, and when Claudius died in 54 she was suspected of having poisoned him. She became regent when Nero took the throne at age 16, but she gradually lost power. He tried to murder her when she opposed one of his affairs, and he finally had her put to death at her country house
Antonio Giamberti da Sangallo the Younger
born April 12, 1484, Florence died Aug. 3, 1546, Terni Italian architect. He was the nephew of the architects Giuliano da Sangallo (1445-1516) and Antonio da Sangallo the Elder (1460-1534). Throughout his career, Antonio worked on St. Peter's Basilica, first as Donato Bramante's assistant and after 1520 as chief architect. His imposing Palazzo Farnese in Rome (1534-46), a fortresslike Florentine-style palace, exercised immense influence well into the 19th century. His wooden model of St. Peter's (1539-46) still stands in the Vatican Museum
Antonio da Sangallo the Younger
born April 12, 1484, Florence died Aug. 3, 1546, Terni Italian architect. He was the nephew of the architects Giuliano da Sangallo (1445-1516) and Antonio da Sangallo the Elder (1460-1534). Throughout his career, Antonio worked on St. Peter's Basilica, first as Donato Bramante's assistant and after 1520 as chief architect. His imposing Palazzo Farnese in Rome (1534-46), a fortresslike Florentine-style palace, exercised immense influence well into the 19th century. His wooden model of St. Peter's (1539-46) still stands in the Vatican Museum
Cato the Younger
{i} Marcus Porcius Cato Uticencis (95 B.C.- 46 B.C.), statesman in the late Roman Republic, great-grandson of Cato the Elder
Francisco the Younger Herrera
born 1622, Sevilla, Spain died Aug. 25, 1685, Madrid Spanish painter and architect. The son of Francisco Herrerra the Elder, a successful painter, his religious works are in the theatrical style of Roman Baroque art, which he introduced into Sevilla. In 1660 he was appointed copresident (with Bartolomé Esteban Murillo) of Sevilla's new Academy of Painting, but he soon left for Madrid and was active there as a painter of frescoes and altarpieces. In 1672 he was appointed painter to Charles II and in 1677 master of the Royal Works. His greatest architectural achievement was the church of El Pilar at Saragossa (begun 1681)
Hans the Younger Holbein
(b. 1497/98, Augsburg, Bishopric of Augsburg d. 1543, London, Eng.) German painter, draftsman, and designer renowned for the precise rendering of his drawings and the compelling realism of his portraits, particularly those recording the court of Henry VIII of England. His father, Hans Holbein the Elder, and his uncle Sigmund were renowned for their somewhat conservative examples of late Gothic painting in Germany. Holbein the Younger no doubt studied with his father in Augsburg. He moved to Basel 1515, entered the painters' corporation in 1519, and was executing important murals by 1521. He also designed book illustrations and woodcuts for publishers, notably a series of more than 40 scenes illustrating the medieval allegory of the "dance of death" (1523-26). His portraits, including that of Desiderius Erasmus (1523), featured rich colour, psychological depth, detailed accessories, and dramatic silhouette. In 1526 he went to England, where he painted portraits of German merchants and court personalities, and by 1536 he had entered the service of Henry VIII. In his last 10 years he produced some 150 life-size and miniature portraits of the royalty and nobility. He also designed fashions for the court and state robes for the king. He was one of the greatest portraitists of all time
Miltiades the Younger
born 554, Athens died probably 489 BC, Athens Athenian general. He was sent by Hippias to strengthen Athenian control of the sea routes from the Black Sea and made himself a petty tyrant there. He fought the Scythians with Darius I in 513 and supported the Persians until the Ionian revolt (499-494). When the revolt failed, he fled to Athens and led the Athenian army to victory at the Battle of Marathon (490). He was put on trial and fined the next year for a failed naval expedition meant to punish Paros for collaborating with Persia; he died in prison soon after from a gangrenous wound
Pliny the Younger
an ancient Roman politician and writer whose letters provide a detailed picture of Roman life at that time. He was the nephew of Pliny the Elder (?61-113 AD). Latin Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus born AD 61/62, Comum died 113, Bithynia, Asia Minor Roman author and administrator. The nephew of Pliny the Elder, he practiced law and held official posts, including consul and head of the military and senatorial treasuries. He is known for the nine books of private letters he published in AD 100-109. The carefully composed letter, at that time a fashion among the wealthy, was transformed by Pliny into an art. His are charming and meticulous occasional pieces on diverse literary, social, and domestic themes that intimately illustrate public and private life in the heyday of the Roman Empire
Pliny the Younger
{i} (62-113 A.D.) nephew of Gaius Plinius Secundus, Roman writer and orator who was also a statesman
Scipio Africanus the Younger
or Scipio Aemilianus in full Publius Cornelius Scipio Aemilianus Africanus Numantinus born 185/184 died 129 BC, Rome Roman general credited with the final subjugation of Carthage. He was the natural son of Paullus and the adoptive son of Publius Scipio, son of Scipio Africanus the Elder. Polybius instilled in him the ideals of honour, glory, and military success. He first distinguished himself in the Third Macedonian War (168). He then campaigned in Spain and went on to Africa (150), where he displayed great military skill against Carthage while serving as military tribune, and demand arose that he take the command against Carthage. Though under age, he was elected consul in 147 and returned to Africa. He besieged and destroyed Carthage (146), ending the Third Punic War and establishing the province of Africa. Again made consul in 134, he was given command of the Celtiberian War (see Celtiberia), and he secured Spain by besieging and destroying Numantia (133). Back in Rome, he took an unpopular position on a bill supported by his friend Tiberius Gracchus; he was due to speak on the question when he died unexpectedly
William the Younger Pitt
(1759-1806) British statesman and prime minister (1783-1801, 1804-06). The son of William Pitt, he entered Parliament in 1781 and served as chancellor of the Exchequer (1782-83). He was appointed prime minister in 1783 and undertook reforms that reduced the large national debt incurred by the American Revolution, reduced tariffs, placed the East India Co. under government control, and restructured the government in India. Forced into conflict with France by the French Revolutionary Wars, he formed a series of coalitions with European states against France (1793, 1798, 1805). Pitt responded to demands by radicals for parliamentary reform with repressive measures. In 1800 he secured the Act of Union with Ireland but resigned in 1801 when his proposal for Catholic emancipation was denied. His second term as premier (1804-06) was marked by the collapse of the Third Coalition after the Battles of Ulm and Austerlitz, the news of which weakened his already fragile health
Young
A British distinguishing surname for the younger of two people having the same given name
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new
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youthy
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catachresis
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A wine which is not yet mature and needs to be left to age
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United States baseball player and famous pitcher (1867-1955)
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{s} of childhood, of youth; at the beginning of life; fresh, novice, beginning
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(used of living things especially persons) in an early period of life or development or growth; "young people"
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In the early part of growth or life; born not long ago
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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
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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
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United States film and television actress (1913-2000)
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joven; young man, el joven; young woman, la joven; la se?orita
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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
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English poet (1683-1765)
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ung
young
Of or belonging to the early part of life
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any immature animal young people collectively; "rock music appeals to the young"; "youth everywhere rises in revolt"
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(of crops) harvested at an early stage of development; before complete maturity; "new potatoes"; "young corn"
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{i} youth, the young generation, young people; puppy, cub; recently born animal, offspring
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young people collectively; "rock music appeals to the young"; "youth everywhere rises in revolt"
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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
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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
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The offspring of animals, either a single animal or offspring collectively
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In simple wines signifies youthful freshness; in finer wines, refers to immaturity, wines as yet undeveloped
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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
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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
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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)
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United States jazz tenor saxophonist (1909-1959)
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United States civil rights leader (1921-1971)
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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
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Being in the first part, pr period, of growth; as, a young plant; a young tree
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any immature animal
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Having little experience; inexperienced; unpracticed; ignorant; weak
younger

    Расстановка переносов

    young·er

    Турецкое произношение

    yʌnggır

    Произношение

    /ˈyəɴɢgər/ /ˈjʌŋɡɜr/

    Этимология

    [ y&[ng] ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English yong, from Old English geong; akin to Old High German jung young, Latin juvenis.

    Общие Словосочетания

    younger brother

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