suomi-englanti sanakirja

young englannista suomeksi

  1. nuori

  2. nuorekas

  3. uusi

  4. poikanen

  5. kokematon

  6. nuoriso

  1. nuori

  2. Substantiivi

  3. nuoriso, nuori / nuoret (monikko)

  4. jälkeläinen / jälkeläiset (monikko) , poikanen / poikaset (monikko)

  5. Verbi

young englanniksi

  1. Young

  1. In the early part of growth or life; born not long ago.

  2. (quote-book)|year=1813

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  4. {{quote-journal|en|date=2013-07-19|author=Ian Sample

  5. (ux)

  6. At an early stage of existence or development; having recently come into existence.

  7. 1722, (w), ''(w)'', London: E. Nutt et al., p. 23,

  8. (..) while the Fears of the People were young, they were encreas’d strangely by several odd Accidents (..)
  9. (Not) advanced in age; (far towards or) at a specified stage of existence or age.

  10. 1906, Robertson Nicoll, ''Tis Forty Years Since'', quoted in ''T. P.'s Weekly'', volume 8, page 462:

  11. And thou, our Mother, twice two centuries young,
    Bend with bright shafts of truth thy bow fresh-strung.
  12. Junior (of two related people with the same name).

  13. 1841, ''The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art'':

  14. The young Mr. Chester must be in the wrong, and the old Mr. Chester must be in the right.
  15. (''of a decade of life'') Early.

  16. 1922, (w), “The Mystery of Stella” in ''“The Ladies!” A Shining Constellation of Wit and Beauty'', Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press, pp. 40-41,

  17. (..) Miss Hessy is as pretty a girl as eye can see, in her young twenties and a bit of a fortune to boot.
  18. 1965, (w), ''(w)'', London: Macmillan, Part One, Chapter 1,

  19. Ephraim would be in his young thirties.
  20. 2008, Alice Fisher, “Grown-up chic is back as high street goes upmarket,” ''(w)'', 20 January, 2008,

  21. (..) while this may appeal to older, better-off shoppers, vast numbers, especially those in their teens and young twenties, still want fast, cheap fashion.
  22. Youthful; having the look or qualities of a young person.

  23. (quote-journal)

  24. Of or belonging to the early part of life.

  25. Having little experience; inexperienced; unpracticed; ignorant; weak.

  26. c. 1599, (w), ''(w)'', Act I, Scene 1,

  27. Come, come, elder brother, you are too young in this.
  28. People who are young; young people, collectively; youth.

  29. ''The young of today are well-educated.''

  30. Young or immature offspring (especially of an animal).

  31. An individual offspring; a single recently born or hatched organism.

  32. 2010, ''Mammal Anatomy: An Illustrated Guide'', page 21:

  33. There is a logic in this behavior: a mother will not come into breeding condition again unless her young is ready to be weaned or has died, so killing a baby may hasten (..)
  34. To become or seem to become younger.

  35. {{quote-book|en|1993|Jacob S. Siegel|A Generation of Change|page=5|pageurl=

  36. To cause to appear younger.

  37. {{quote-book|en|1984|US Bureau of the Census|Current Population Reports|url=|page=74

  38. To exhibit younging.

  39. {{quote-journal|en|1994|R. Kerrich & D.A. Wyman|The mesothermal gold-lamprophyre association|Mineralogy and Petrology|doi=10.1007/BF01159725

  40. {{quote-journal|en|date=November 23, 2001|author=Paul Tapponnier et al.|title=Oblique Stepwise Rise and Growth of the Tibet Plateau|work=Science|url=|doi=10.1126/science.105978|volume=294|issue=5547|pages=1671-1677

  41. (alt form)