Translation of underage in Spanish:


menor de edad, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈʌndərˌeɪdʒ//ˌəndərˈeɪdʒ/


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    (person) menor de edad
    underage drinking consumo de bebidas alcohólicas por menores de edad masculine
    • Kirkwall police have once again expressed their growing concern over the quantity of alcohol being confiscated from under-age teenagers in the town.
    • They had a clear warning this week: sale of alcohol to under-age children will not be tolerated and those breaking the law will face prosecution.
    • A number of the under-age boys ended up in hospital.
    • To qualify for a particular age group a competitor must be under-age on July 31st of this year.
    • Questions were also asked about the problem of youngsters drinking and off-licences selling alcohol to under-age teenagers.
    • An under-age driver caught at the wheel of a car has been warned that he could be locked up if he drives again within a year.
    • Following their very successful year in 2003 it is hoped that all players and the parents of the under-age players will attend.
    • Anyone who sells alcohol to the under-age children will be prosecuted.
    • Police have promised to shut down off-licences and pubs that persistently flout the law by selling booze to under-age children.
    • These facilities will be of benefit to all players from under-age boys and girl teams right up to adult level.
    • We are subjected to the noise of motorbikes being driven around the estate all weekend by under-age children.
    • They will be able to confiscate alcohol and tobacco from under-age children.
    • All under-age teams are being trained and coached in preparation for their upcoming competitions.
    • I was under-age and deemed too unstable to make my own decisions.
    • She has decided to tackle the problem of stamping out the sale of alcohol to under-age children.
    • Our under-age teams, almost all of them, have won trophies of one type or another this season and the promotion of the senior team was the icing on the cake.
    • The fundraiser will support the under-age teams, who hope to travel to Croke Park for the All-Ireland ladies final.
    • Adults are being sought throughout the parish to help secure the future of Broadford United AFC's under-age teams.
    • She also accused the police of not acting quickly enough to stop certain off-licences in the area serving alcohol to under-age people.
    • The unsung heroes in our club are those who look after the needs of our under-age teams, without whom we would not have adult teams.