adj. of childhood, of youth; at the beginning of life; fresh, novice, beginning
The young inhabitants are cosmopolitan and they speak Arabic, Berber and French without difficulty.
There were many young boys and girls drinking and having “tapas”, we liked the very relaxed atmosphere.
There were a lot of young students like us, hundreds and hundreds, waiting for buses to Buñol.
The bus was already a big party. It was full of young people that wanted to party.
Claire is probably like many other young women around the world.
Ever since they were young teenagers, female fans have been following these handsome heartthrobs.
He helps young people around the world learn through the Internet.
Kids are doing many kinds of jobs in the summer, such as working in bars, restaurants, and entertainment clubs for young children.
Many young people around the world want to be just like her.
He wanted a companion for his young daughter, Cleopatra.
1. offspring: youth
2. immature: childlike, juvenile, adolescent, youthful, inexperienced, infant, callow