Translation of teenage in Spanish:

teenage

adolescente, adj.

(British teenaged)

Pronunciation /ˈtinˌeɪdʒ//ˈtiːneɪdʒ/

adjective

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    (boy/son/girl/daughter) adolescente
    (fashions) juvenil
    (fashions) para adolescentes
    in their teenage years many people … durante la adolescencia mucha gente …
    • this is the latest teenage fad esta es la última moda entre los adolescentes
    • a teenage idol un ídolo de los adolescentes
    • Police have called on parents to help them win the battle against teenage tearaways.
    • Figures released earlier this year showed a fall in the number of teenage pregnancies in the city.
    • "We can sit with girls and talk with them, " said one teenage boy.
    • As many teenage girls as boys are now consuming alcohol figures have revealed.
    • Police have issued an appeal for help after a mystery man approached a teenage girl.
    • At the same time there is also an increase in the rate of teenage pregnancies as well.
    • Anyone can make a mistake but figures show that many of these teenage pregnancies are not mistakes.
    • I think it is a sad reflection on society that teenage girls can get pregnant.
    • This is one reason why Britain has the highest teenage pregnancy rate in Europe.
    • Some teenage girls walked around in tight white vests, hot pants and high heels.
    • Two teenage girls are helping to bring Christmas to homeless people in Bradford.
    • We have more lone parents and teenage pregnancies than anywhere else in western Europe.
    • Recent figures revealed that teenage girls are now beating boys in their bad drinking habits.
    • I could see why almost every teenage girl in America was steadily falling in love with him.
    • A report to the committee set out key elements of the teenage pregnancy strategy.
    • I got the bus home yesterday and had to put up with a loud conversation from a group of teenage girls at the back of the bus.
    • Apparently lots of teenage boys and girls are using blogs and it is hard to spot the gender differences.
    • There is only one thing that leads to teenage pregnancy and that is teenage sex.
    • It's a story about a teenage girl on a strange quest through a magical world.
    • She had a passion for philosophy and the study of teenage angst and rebellion.
    • It is targeted at teens and deals with complex teenage issues in a mature manner.
    • As teenage boys we talked about girls a lot.
    • Britain now has the highest rate of teenage pregnancy in Europe and the second highest in the world.
    • TWO teenage girls who disappeared from home more than a fortnight ago have returned.
    • Here teenage boys and girls who dropped out after primary school learn useful skills.
    • The reduction of teenage pregnancies was a target for the Health of the Nation.
    • Police have appealed for information about two teenage girls who went missing last weekend.
    • Prevention of unwanted teenage pregnancies is a high priority in many countries.
    • As a stepfather, I have first hand experience of mid and late teenage females.
    • The teenage girl driver told police she was on her mobile phone at the time of the crash.
    • The group is fresh out of high school and explores profound issues like teenage love.
    • She also sees a need for for young mums to lecture their friends on the problems of teenage pregnancy.
    • This desire to fit in, however, is no different for teenage girls than it is for teenage boys.
    • He was only one teenage boy, and yet he took on several opponents at once.
    • The cards will also be distributed with copies of popular teenage magazines such as Smash Hits.