Translation of childhood in Spanish:


niñez, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtʃʌɪldhʊd//ˈtʃaɪldˌhʊd/


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    niñez feminine
    infancia feminine
    • It is about the loss of childhood innocence and the bruises of adult experience.
    • Pushing the door in, she stood in wonder at the sight of her childhood friend.
    • The wisdom contained in the honey from wild bees made it a complete food for this childhood era of mankind.
    • Unhealthy lifestyles and childhood obesity is a modern epidemic of the western world.
    • Of course she has not changed, she is the same despicable character she was in childhood.
    • I regard myself as very fortunate to have spent my childhood years in a very special place.
    • Ah, those far off days when childhood still retained the innocence that has been so sadly lost today.
    • Are your most formative years those of your early childhood or your early teens?
    • She has said that there were periods in her childhood when learning proved difficult.
    • To my childhood imagination, however, that girl seemed to be going off to a fate worse than death.
    • Mortality in childhood is heavily influenced by deaths from motor vehicle accidents.
    • You have to be ready to detail anything from childhood illnesses to the consistency of your stools.
    • How many of our childhood friends will be married with families of their own?
    • These findings come at a time of high official concern with childhood obesity.
    • As she grows up and matures, you will notice many of these childhood traits develop into adult ones.
    • He is completing a lengthy poem about his childhood experiences of the Holocaust.
    • Just as our concepts of childhood have changed, so have our concepts of childhood problems.
    • His childhood and youth were spent helping his father in unsuccessful farming ventures.
    • I seemed to spend an inordinate amount of my childhood running away from people.
    • The effects of childhood malnutrition are a legacy reflected in his sunken features.