Translation of preadolescent in Spanish:

preadolescent

preadolescente, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌpriˌædlˈɛsənt//ˌpriːadəˈlɛs(ə)nt/

adjective

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    preadolescente
    • It homogenises things around the key demographic of the show (adolescent and pre-adolescent kids, particularly girls) to an unfortunate degree - but hey - this is commercial TV.
    • Because his or her body is not ready yet, do not encourage your pre-adolescent child to participate in adult-style physical activity such as long jogs, using an exercise bike or treadmill, or lifting heavy weights.
    • It really was an pre-adolescent boy's world for a while.
    • For having fought enemy armies, they were apparently helpless in the face of five pre-adolescent girls.
    • The qualities aimed for are those prized by pre-adolescent children: noise, distraction, and nervous excitement.

noun

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    preadolescente feminine
    • It was hilarious nightmare fodder on a grand scale, the kind of misguided kiddy show that startled more pre-adolescents than it satisfied.
    • Still other camps serve pre-adolescents who, bubbling and tripping along with enthusiasm and zeal, are clamoring to figure out the concept of ‘us.’
    • Furthermore, the duration of the vaccine's effectiveness is not known, which means these pre-adolescents may end up needing boosters before they go off to college - when they'll be at a higher risk of catching the disease.
    • She reveals, albeit incidentally, what makes ballroom practice so universal for these pre-adolescents: each wants to fit in and each has a keen desire to understand the adult world.
    • When the war ends, the city is left with gangs of pre-adolescents armed to the teeth, who have neither qualms about murder nor basic reading and writing skills.