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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык

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

O, gençlik günlerine geri gitmek istiyor. - She would love to go back to the days of her youth.

the flower of youth gençliğin baharı
genç adam
gençlik çağı
gençlik evresi
gençlik dönemi
genç kişi

Yaşlı adam gençleri kıskanıyor. - The old man envies the youth.

Gençler bahçede yerler. - The youth eat in the garden.


Gençlik ve cinsiyetiyle ilgili bilgi işine karşı bir ön yargıya sebep olmasın diye Bayan Cockburn adını gizledi. - Mrs Cockburn concealed her name lest the knowledge of her sex and youth should produce a prejudice against her work.

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

{i} bahar
{i} delikanlılık
{i} dinçlik
youth hostel genç yuristler için ucuz otel
genç (adam)
youth hostel
youth hostel
öğrenci yurdu

Buraya yakın bir öğrenci yurdu var mı? - Is there a youth hostel near here?

youth allowance
(Ticaret) gençlik ödeneği
youth camp
gençlik kampı
youth center
gençlik merkezi
youth council
gençlik konseyi
youth culture
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) gençlik kültürü
youth hostel
gençlik hosteli
youth hostel
yetiştirme yurtları
youth hostel
(Turizm) gençlik oberji
youth movements
(Politika, Siyaset) gençlik hareketleri
youth studies
gençlik çalışmaları
youth tourism
(Turizm) gençlik turizmi
youth and sports day
gençlik bayramı
youth and sports day
Gençlik ve spor bayramı
youth crime
Gençlerin işlediği türden suçlar
youth detention center
youth detention center
(Çocuk) ıslah evi/ıslahhane
youth fare
youth hostels
gençlik Pansiyonlar
youth squad
genç takımı

he wants to go for a trial for the manchester united youth squad.

youth subculture
gençlik altkültür
youth these days
zamane gençleri
youth worker
gençlik çalışanı
youth banking
(Ticaret) gençlik bankacılığı
youth branch
gençlik örgütü
youth branch
gençlik kolu
youth branches
(Politika, Siyaset) gençlik kolları
youth development
(Spor) kulüp altyapısı
youth fare
gençlik tarifesi
youth forums
gençlik forumları
youth gangs
çocuk çeteleri
youth hostel
youth hostel
gençlik yurdu

Buralarda bir gençlik yurdu var mı? - Is there a youth hostel around here?

Biz onlarla gençlik yurdunda tanıştık. - We met them at the youth hostel.

youth hostel
gençlik yurdu (gençler için ucuz otel)
youth of turkey's future
ey türk istikbalinin evladı
youth series
gençlik dizisi
youth services unit
(Eğitim) gençlik hizmet birimi
youth training scheme
gençlik eğitim programı
{s} gençlere/gençliğe özgü
childhood and youth
çocukluk ve gençlik
turkish youth!
ey türk gençligi!
youth hostel
genç turistler konukevi
genç bir insanı andıran
genç bir havaya sahip
gençliğe özgü
Ministry of Youth and Sports
Gençlik ve Spor Bakanlığı
topographic youth
gençlik çağı
gençlere yakışır
admirer, lover; youth, village boy
hayranı aşığı; gençlik, köy çocuğu
eternal youth
ebedi gençlik
international youth bible quiz
uluslararası gençlik İncil bilgi yarışması
juvenileness, youth
juvenileness, gençlik
lautaro youth movement
lautaro gençlik hareketi
neglected youth
ihmal gençlik
promising youth
gelecek vaat eden genç
rehabilitation of youth at risk
risk altında gençlerin rehabilitasyon
the Ministry of Youth and Sports
Gençlik ve Spor Bakanlığı
today's youth
zamane gençleri
topographic youth
gençlik evresi, gençlik çağı
fountain of youth
gençlik çeşmesi
gilded youth
moda düşkünü gençlik
gilded youth
zengin gençlik
invest in youth development
(Spor) altyapıya yatırım yapmak
learning disabled youth
öğrenme özürlü gençler
mentally handicapped youth
zihinsel özürlü gençler
mobilization for youth
gençler için seferberlik
sex instruction for youth
(Eğitim) gençler için cinsel eğitim
stage of youth
gençlik evresi
television and youth
(Basın) televizyon ve gençlik
the Ministry of Youth
Gençlik ve Spor Bakanlığı
gençliğe yakışır
{s} gençlere özgü
{s} genç bir havaya sahip, genç bir insanı andıran (yaşlıca/yaşlı kimse)
{s} dinç
{s} diri
{s} genç

O gerçekten gençliğini koruyor. - She really keeps her youthfulness.

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

{s} gençlik
genç bir halde
(zarf) genç olarak
genç olarak

Yeni davranış kurallarını ihlâl etmekten yakalanan gençler seyahat özgürlüğü haklarını kaybedecekler, ve bu hakkı geri almak için parasız toplum işini tamamlamak zorunda kalacaklar. - Youths who are caught violating the new rules on behaviour will lose their right to free travel, and will have to complete unpaid community work to earn it back.

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


Bu dört genç, metropol bölgesinde bir daireyi paylaşıyorlar. - These four youths share an apartment in the metropolitan area.

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

Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The quality or state of being young
Young persons, collectively
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
A young man
A young person
{i} childhood; child; young person, youngster; young people in a collective manner; early period of anything
{n} tender age, one who is past childhood
early maturity; the state of being young or immature or inexperienced
the freshness and vitality characteristic of a young person
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
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
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
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
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
The definition is variable and is dependant on location In Canada, after age 24, youth are no longer eligible for adolescent social services
A young person; especially, a young man
The youth are young people considered as a group. He represents the opinions of the youth of today
an early period of development; "during the youth of the project"
young people collectively; "rock music appeals to the young"; "youth everywhere rises in revolt"
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
Individuals between the ages of 14 and 21; Younger youth are 14-18; Older youth are 19-21
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, 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
The quality or state of being young; youthfulness; juvenility
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
the time of life between childhood and maturity
Aloysius Gonzaga
a young person (especially a young man or boy)
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 Conferences
plural form of Youth Conference
youth hostel
a supervised, inexpensive lodging place, primarily for young people
youth hostels
plural form of youth hostel
youth worker
A person who works with youngsters, to promote informal education
A perennial plant native to North America and widely planted as an ornamental: Tolmiea menziesii
youth crime
Criminal acts performed by young people
youth detention center
A youth detention center, also known as juvenile hall, is a prison for people from the age of responsibility, which varies by jurisdiction, to the age of majority, which also varies by jurisdiction. An offender residing in a center is colloquially referred to as a juvie, and the center is often referred to colloquially by the same name by the general public
Youth Aliyah
project promoting the immigration of Jewish young people to Israel
Youth Culture and Art Projects
variety of activities and events for youth for the purpose of cultural and artistic enrichment
Youth Training
the full name of YT
Youth and Hehalutz Department
department of the Jewish Agency
youth battalions
battalions made of youngsters in a paramilitary organization
youth club
A youth club is a club where young people can go to meet each other and take part in various leisure activities. Youth clubs are often run by a church or local authority. the youth club disco. a meeting place for young people where they can have drinks, play games etc
youth culture
the interests and activities of young people, especially the music, films etc they enjoy
youth culture
young adults (a generational unit) considered as a cultural class or subculture
youth delegation
contingent of youngsters, teenage delegation
youth department
municipal department that handles children's activities both in and out of school
youth employment project
school network that integrates studies and work, school that prepare students for professions
youth fare
{i} fare for young people (age usually ranging from 12 years to 22 or 25 years of age)
youth gang
a gang whose members are teenagers
youth hostel
hotel-like establishment which provides affordable sleeping arrangements for groups of young people
youth hostel
A youth hostel is a place where people can stay cheaply when they are travelling. A supervised, inexpensive lodging place for young travelers. a place where people, especially young people who are travelling, can stay very cheaply for a short time. Supervised shelter providing inexpensive overnight lodging, particularly for young people. Often located in scenic or historic areas, hostels range from simple farmhouses to hotels able to house several hundred people. Guests often cook their own meals, make their own beds, and do other chores; in return they receive lodging at much less than the usual commercial rate. Hostels place limits on the length of stay and formerly set a maximum-age limit for guests. The hosteling movement was founded by Richard Schirrmann, a German schoolteacher concerned about the health of young people breathing polluted air in industrial cities. Common in Germany in the early 1900s, youth hostels spread through Europe and other parts of the world after World War I, and an international organization was formed in 1932; currently known as Hostelling International and based in London, its membership includes national federations in more than 60 countries, comprising some 4,000 hostels. Some hostels still impose age limits
youth hostel
inexpensive supervised lodging (especially for youths on bicycling trips)
youth hostelling
the activity of staying in youth hostels and walking or cycling between them
youth in distress
child in a difficult situation, child having an emotional crisis
youth instructor
one who trains the youth battalions
youth movement
framework for youth activities
youth movement
political or religious or social reform movement or agitation consisting chiefly of young people
youth organization
group which young people join
youth subculture
a minority youth culture whose distinctiveness depended largely on the social class and ethnic background of its members; often characterized by its adoption of a particular music genre
youth worker
A youth worker is a person whose job involves providing support and social activities for young people, especially young people from poor backgrounds
Fountain of Youth
Legendary spring of water with magical properties to restore youth and health to those who drink from it
fountain of youth
Anything reputed to have the power to restore health and vitality or to restore a youthful appearance

Just watching the advertisement, you'd think the face cream was a fountain of youth.

fountains of youth
plural form of fountain of youth
mid youth
Alternative form of middle youth
middle youth
A period in life where one can not be described as young, but does not consider or wish to be considered middle-aged
Characteristic of young people
Young or seeming young
{a} young, brisk, frolicsome, vigorous
{a} in a youthful manner, briskly
{n} a youthful state, briskness
A youth
A youth
American Zionist Youth Foundation
educational organization for Jewish youth established and funded by American Zionist groups, AZYF
Fountain of Youth
in old stories, a flow of water which was supposed to make anyone who drank from it stay young for ever
Hitler Youth
an organization established by Adolf Hitler in 1933 to train German boys according to the ideas and principles of the Nazi Party. German Hitler-Jugend Organization set up by Adolf Hitler in 1933 for educating and training male youths aged 13-18 in Nazi principles. Under the leadership of Baldur von Schirach (1907-1974), by 1935 it included almost 60% of all German boys, and by 1936 it became a state agency that all young "Aryan" Germans were expected to join. The youths lived a Spartan life of dedication, fellowship, and Nazi conformity, with little parental guidance. A parallel organization, the League of German Girls, trained girls for domestic duties and motherhood
International Youth Bible Quiz
Bible trivia quiz for young people from all over the world
Working Youth
{i} Israeli youth movement based on the combining of labor and education
bloom of youth
the best time of youth
deprived youth
disadvantaged youth, neglected youth
detached youth
alienated young people
distressed youth
young people who suffer from hardship (poverty, drugs, crime, etc.)
eternal youth
perpetual youth, forever young
flush of youth
healthy pink glow in a young person's skin
fountain of youth
mythical spring whose water was believed to cure ills and renew youth
fountain of youth
a fountain described in folk tales as able to make people young again; "Ponce de Leon discovered Florida while searching for the Fountain of Youth
in his youth
in his younger days, in his childhood, in his early days
in the pride of one's youth
during one's childhood, during one's youthful days
lautaro youth movement
a violent terrorist group organized in the 1980s and advocating the overthrow of the Chilean military government; leaders are mainly criminals or impovrished youths
local youth cultural center
cultural center for youth from a particular geographic area
neglected youth
young person who is not receiving the necessary care and attention
promising youth
young person who is expected to have a successful future
recollections of youth
youthful memories
rehabilitation of youth at risk
providing guidance and counseling to help young people that are in danger
renew youth
restore youth, bring back youth
wife of his youth
wife that one marries when one is still a young man
working youth
{i} teenagers who are employed, young people who work
Of or pertaining to the early part of life; suitable to early life; as, youthful days; youthful sports
suggestive of youth; vigorous and fresh
{s} young; soft, fresh; juvenile
Not yet mature or aged; young
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
Also used figuratively
youthful enthusiasm and high spirits
in a youthful manner; "he is still youthfully enthusiastic
as someone young; vigorously, actively, energetically
In a youthful manner
in a youthful manner; "he is still youthfully enthusiastic"
the vitality characteristic of youth
{i} quality of being youthful, quality of being young (immature, childish; vigorous, active)
the freshness and vitality characteristic of a young person
Plural of youth
{i} young people in a collective manner
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
youth fare
genç irisi youth who is big
for his age