young 英 [jʌŋ]   美 [jʌŋ]

young

young  英 [jʌŋ] 美 [jʌŋ]

adj. 年轻的  n. 年轻人;(动物的)崽,仔 

名词复数:youngs  比较级:younger  最高级:youngest 

young babies 幼婴
a young country 新成立的国家

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  • adj. 年轻的
  • n. 年轻人;(动物的)崽,仔
  • 1. young babies

    幼婴

  • 2. a young country

    新成立的国家

  • 3. young people

    年轻人

  • 4. They married young (= at an early age).

    他们很早结婚。

  • 5. young fashion

    年轻人的时尚

  • 6. I think you owe me an apology, young lady!

    小姐,我认为你应该向我道歉!

  • 7. a mother bird feeding her young

    喂养幼鸟的鸟妈妈

  • young (adj.) Old English geong "youthful, young; recent, new, fresh," from Proto-Germanic *juwunga- (source also of Old Saxon and Old Frisian jung, Old Norse ungr, Middle Dutch jonc, Dutch jong, Old High German and German jung, Gothic juggs), from PIE *yuwn-ko-, suffixed form of root *yeu- "vital force, youthful vigor" (source also of Sanskrit yuvan- "young; young man;" Avestan yuuanem, yunam "youth," yoista- "youngest;" Latin juvenis "young," iunior "younger, more young;" Lithuanian jaunas, Old Church Slavonic junu, Russian junyj "young," Old Irish oac, Welsh ieuanc "young").
  • young (n.) "young animals collectively, offspring," late 15c., from young (adj.).
young / jʌŋ ; NAmE jʌŋ / adjective , noun young younger youngest adjective ( young·er / ˈjʌŋɡə(r) ; NAmE ˈjʌŋɡər / young·est / ˈjʌŋɡɪst ; NAmE ˈjʌŋɡɪst / ) 1 having lived or existed for only a short time; not fully developed 幼小的;未成熟的 young babies 幼婴 a young country 新成立的国家 Caterpillars eat the young leaves of this plant. 毛毛虫吃这种植物的嫩叶。 a young wine 新酿的葡萄酒 The night is still young (= it has only just started). 夜晚刚刚开始。 OPP old 2 not yet old; not as old as others 年轻的;岁数不大的;相对年轻的 young people 年轻人 talented young football players 天才的年轻足球运动员 I am the youngest of four sisters. 我是四姐妹当中最小的。 In his younger dayshe played rugby for Wales. 他年轻的时候在威尔士队踢橄榄球。 I met the young Michelle Obama at Princeton. 米歇尔 · 奥巴马年轻的时候,我在普林斯顿见过她。 Her grandchildren keep her young. 她的孙子孙女让她保持年轻。 My son's thirteen but he's young for his age (= not as developed as other boys of the same age). 我儿子十三岁了,但他比实际年龄显得小。 They married young (= at an early age). 他们很早结婚。 My mother died young. 我母亲去世得早。 OPP old 3 consisting of young people or young children; with a low average age 由年轻人(或儿童)构成的;青少年的;平均年龄小的 They have a young family. 他们家的孩子还小。 a young audience 青少年观众 4 suitable or appropriate for young people 年轻人的;青年的;适合青年人的 SYN youthful young fashion 年轻人的时尚 The clothes she wears are much too young for her. 她穿的衣服显得过于年轻了。 5 ~ man/lady/woman used to show that you are angry or annoyed with a particular young person (对年轻人表示生气或恼怒) I think you owe me an apology, young lady! 小姐,我认为你应该向我道歉! 6 the younger used before or after a person's name to distinguish them from an older relative (用于姓名之前或之后,以区别于年长的亲戚) the younger Kennedy 年纪较轻的那位肯尼迪 ( BrE) ( formal) William Pitt the younger 小威廉 · 皮特 compare the elder at elder adj. , junior adj.  (3 ) IDIOMS be getting ˈyounger ( informal) used to say that people seem to be doing sth at a younger age than they used to, or that they seem younger because you are now older (表示做某事的人好像越来越年轻) The band's fans are getting younger. 这支乐队的歌迷越来越年轻了。 Why do police officers seem to be getting younger? 为什么警察好像越来越年轻了? not be getting any ˈyounger ( informal) used when you are commenting that time is passing and that you are growing older 老了;岁月不饶人 ˌyoung at ˈheart thinking and behaving like a young person even when you are old 人老心不老 more at old , only adv. noun [plural ] 1 the young young people considered as a group (统称)年轻人,青年人 It's a movie that will appeal to the young. 这部电影年轻人会感兴趣。 It's a book for young and old alike. 这本书老少咸宜。 2 young animals of a particular type or that belong to a particular mother 幼崽;幼兽;幼鸟 a mother bird feeding her young 喂养幼鸟的鸟妈妈 young / jʌŋ ; NAmE jʌŋ / young·er / ˈjʌŋɡə(r) ; NAmE ˈjʌŋɡər / young·est / ˈjʌŋɡɪst ; NAmE ˈjʌŋɡɪst /
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