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young [younger, youngest] (in the early part of life or growth)
adjective
[UK: jʌŋ]
[US: ˈjəŋ]

jeune◼◼◼adjectif
{m} {f}
I'm young. = Je suis jeune.

young [young] (offspring)
noun
[UK: jʌŋ]
[US: ˈjəŋ]

petit◼◼◻nom {m}You're still too young. = Tu es encore trop petit.

young at heart (having joy and vitality associated with younger people)
adjective

jeune de cœur◼◼◼adjectif

young camel noun

chamelon◼◼◼nom {m}

chameletnom {m}

young lady (a term of endearment or address for a girl)
noun
[UK: jʌŋ ˈleɪ.di]
[US: ˈjəŋ ˈleɪ.di]

jeune fille◼◼◼nom {f}

young lady (an adolescent or young female)
noun
[UK: jʌŋ ˈleɪ.di]
[US: ˈjəŋ ˈleɪ.di]

jeune fille◼◼◼nom {f}

young man [young men] (a term of endearment or address for a boy)
noun
[UK: jʌŋ mæn]
[US: ˈjəŋ ˈmæn]

jeune homme◼◼◼nom {m}

Young Poland (modernist movement in Poland)
proper noun

Jeune Pologne◼◼◼nom {f}

Young's modulus [Young's moduli] (coefficient of elasticity of a solid)
noun
[UK: ˈjəŋz ˈmɒ.djʊ.ləs]
[US: ˈjəŋz ˈmɑː.dʒə.ləs]

module de Young◼◼◼nom {m}

younger brother (multi-word, compound-word or otherwise sum-of-parts translations)
noun
[UK: ˈjʌŋ.ɡə(r) ˈbrʌð.ə(r)]
[US: ˈjʌŋ.ɡər ˈbrʌð.r̩]

frère cadet◼◼◼nom {m}

younger sister noun
[UK: ˈjʌŋ.ɡə(r) ˈsɪ.stə(r)]
[US: ˈjʌŋ.ɡər ˈsɪ.stər]

sœur cadette◼◼◼nom {f}

petite sœur◼◼◼nom {f}

youngest (youngest child in a family)
noun
[UK: ˈjʌŋ.ɡɪst]
[US: ˈjʌŋ.ɡəst]

benjamin◼◼◼nom {m}I'm the youngest in the family. = Je suis le benjamin de la famille.

youngster [youngsters] (a young person)
noun
[UK: ˈjʌŋ.stə(r)]
[US: ˈjʌŋ.stər]

enfant◼◼◼nom {m} nom {f}I began to sing when I was a youngster. = J'ai commencé à chanter quand j'étais enfant.

ado◼◻◻nom {m} nom {f}

the night is young (it's not very late)
phrase
[UK: ðə naɪt ɪz jʌŋ]
[US: ðə ˈnaɪt ˈɪz ˈjəŋ]

la nuit ne fait que commencer◼◼◼phrase

on a toute la nuit devant nous (we have the whole night ahead of us)◼◻◻phrase

youth is wasted on the young (phrase)
phrase

si jeunesse savait◼◼◼phrase

si vieillesse pouvait◼◼◼phrase

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