Translation of prepubescent in Spanish:

prepubescent

prepubescente, adj.

Pronunciation /priːpjʊˈbɛs(ə)nt//ˌpripjuˈbɛs(ə)nt/

adjective

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    prepubescente
    • These responses are based on a sentimental view of nature, permissible in prepubescent girls, perhaps, but disturbing in anyone old enough to know better.
    • And are there any really annoying prepubescent girls who have special powers?
    • The most effective aspects of the film are the simpler ones - Bobby's interaction with his mother, who is unsuited to raising a child but trying nonetheless, and his tentative venture into prepubescent romance with Carol.
    • The change is a steady one, a smoothly continuous development to the final prepubescent physique, rather than any passage through a series of separate stages.
    • Camped in their son's room, I spent the night reading novels written for prepubescent boys, nodding off only after sunrise.
    • Most of the women in this sample were prepubescent prior to treatment.
    • Yet, based on your letter, it would seem that you started ballet training in your teens and your body is not naturally suited to the profession's prepubescent shape.
    • And when he wasn't photographing prepubescent females, he spent as much time as he could socializing with them.
    • And I'm probably going to regret saying this, but she's actually looking pretty good despite that prepubescent body.
    • If the individual is a prepubescent or post-menopausal female the risk of pregnancy is quite low.
    • His voice sounded something like a prepubescent teenager.
    • This is a show aimed at prepubescent girls after all, we wouldn't want anything inappropriate.
    • So, are the prepubescent girls who visit the site actually falling in love with red meat, when they catch their breath while reflecting on their own inherent self-worth?
    • It's as if they want to specifically cater to the prepubescent girls (the ones that are gullible and dripping with their parents' money) and write songs just for their palate.
    • Most people have given up having slumber parties with prepubescent children by the time they cease being prepubescent themselves.
    • Within this story, these two prepubescent boys are scared at first by the presence of a cat, though they don't know what it is.
    • Most evidence supporting the ban on prepubescent resistance training evolved from several early scientific reports.
    • It is tempting to attribute this attitude to the desire to please a father figure, since Cruise's dad quit the family home during his boy's prepubescent years.
    • In this paper, however, only prepubescent children are discussed.
    • It sounded like a tone that would come out of a prepubescent teenager whose mother wouldn't let him skateboard on the lawn.