Ukraynaca'da young

Telaffuz
n. молодь, молодняк
a. молодий, юний, юнацький, новий, недавній, недосвідчений, молодший, маленький, невеликий

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In general, young people dislike formality.
Як правило, молоді люди не люблять формальностей.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
Mr Young has no less than six cars.
У пана Янга є як мінімум шість машин.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
It is true that he is young, but he is very reliable.
Це правда, що він молодий, але він дуже надійний.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
A lot of young people went to Hawaii this summer.
Багато молоді цього літа поїхало на Гаваї.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
The young girl burst into tears.
Молода дівчина заплакала.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
The young couple surveyed the room.
Молода пара оглянула кімнату.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
The painter died young.
Художник помер молодим.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
It is a pity that the singer died so young.
Шкода, що цей співак помер таким молодим.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
The song reminds me of my young days.
Ця пісенька нагадує мені мою молодість.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!
The author of this book is still young.
Автор цієї книги все ще молодий.
Telaffuz Telaffuz Hata bildir!

Eş anlamlılar

(used of living things especially persons) in an early period of life or development or growth: two-year-old, teenage, one-year-old, newborn, girlish, schoolboyish, tender, little, teenaged, infantile, adolescent, childly, new, immature, preadolescent, teen, boylike, early, puppylike, five-year-old, four-year-old, three-year-old, junior, youngish, preteen, age, schoolgirlish, boyish, puppyish, childlike, small, vernal, youthful
any immature animal: young mammal, animate being, young bird, young fish, orphan, brute, beast, animal, fauna, hatchling, offspring, spat, creature
(of crops) harvested at an early stage of development; before complete maturity: early, new
being in its early stage: new
British physicist and Egyptologist; he revived the wave theory of light and proposed a three-component theory of color vision; he also played an important role in deciphering the hieroglyphics on the Rosetta Stone (1773-1829): Thomas Young
United States jazz tenor saxophonist (1909-1959): Pres Young, Lester Willis Young
suggestive of youth; vigorous and fresh: vernal, immature, youthful



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