Translation of preteen in Spanish:

preteen

para preadolescentes, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌpriˈtin///

adjective

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    (fashions/clothing) para preadolescentes
    (fashions/clothing) para niños de 9 a 12 años
    they have many preteen members tienen muchos socios de entre 9 y 12 años
    • That was all fine and dandy on a nice, gentle slope, but we were pre-teen speed demons.
    • The microscooter, one of this Christmas's most-wanted pre-teen toys, is about to have its shiny aluminium image tarnished once again.
    • The dress was a knee length halter, with no sleeves, but just enough elastic to hold it onto Amanda's pre-teen chest.
    • And the storylines are clever enough that even viewers who aren't pre-teen girls can get hooked on the show.
    • This type of behaviour will extend into the exuberantly fertile genteel, resulting in an explosion in demand for pre-teen notes of recognition.
    • We get a boy who doesn't seem to have been programmed to understand the most basic pre-teen attitudes and activities.
    • They know most people equate comics with pre-teen fantasies of laser beams bouncing off glacial pecs.
    • It's rare to find one young actor this good, but to find a movie that features an ensemble of four pre-teen actors of such skill, well it's pretty amazing.
    • So if you can survive moments of slow slapstick and pre-teen tantrums, you will really like the core of this film.
    • I agree that passion and commitment are missing from the Scotland team, coupled with an inability to pass and receive a football, which our heroes and idols have been practising since pre-teen years.
    • ‘The idea was to get a direct line into that pre-teen age group,’ admits Loraine.
    • As long as networks keep pumping out edgy entertainment (if only by pre-teen standards,) who cares where they draw their inspiration?
    • Only the cartoons and the latest talentless manufactured pre-teen pop phenomenon remain.
    • Always the scholar and never the socialite, I adapted to pre-teen activities and the effervescence of wide-eyed, precocious little girls, much to my delight.
    • There is nothing new in the issue of under age drinking but pre-teen drinking is a new phenomenon which is very worrying.
    • So, we pressed play and fell into this glorious pre-teen memory of a perfect 80s democratic, utopian indie rock underground.
    • There's the protective dad seated next to his still-innocent, pre-teen daughter.
    • Look for at least one big pre-teen release in this slot in 2001.
    • To be more specific, the target audience is pre-teen females.
    • We set up the tent in the back yard and threw our four sleeping bags in before we spent the afternoon being pre-teen squirrels.

noun

US

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    preadolescente feminine
    niño masculine
    niña feminine