(形) 年轻的, 没有经验的, 年纪小的
(形) 年輕的, 沒有經驗的, 年紀小的
There were a lot of young students like us, hundreds and hundreds, waiting for buses to Buñol.
It was full of young people that wanted to party.
There were many young boys and girls drinking and having “tapas”, we liked the very relaxed atmosphere.
Growing up and reading Sherlock Holmes books as a young boy, I had to visit the home of the book’s author Arthur Conan Doyle.
作为自小阅读福尔摩斯书籍长大的男孩，我一定要参观这本书的作者柯南道尔(Arthur Conan Doyle)的故居。
"Once is like never, " implied the young lady. Yet the gynecologist implied: "twins."
A group of young men are playing handball in the playground.
A group of young men were fighting.
As I entered the café, I found two young men watching a wrestling match on television.
As is evident from the data, smoking is not decreasing among the young.
Don't get sassy with me young lady!
1. offspring: youth
2. immature: childlike, juvenile, adolescent, youthful, inexperienced, infant, callow