youngadjective

  • ja若い、幼い
  • enin an early stage of life, growth, development, formation, etc.; opposite of old

Examples

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How young is Young Ethan?
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Young?
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He's our age.
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When we were...?
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Okay, he's a senior in college.
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- College? - Whoa!
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And this man-child has no problem with how old you are?
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No, of course not.
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It's not even an issue...
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'cause I told him I was 22.
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What?
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Oh, I can't pass for 22?
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Well, maybe 25, 26.
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I am 26.
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Mute
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I just wanna say that Ross is a wonderful, young man.
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Oh, thanks. We like him.
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Mute
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You don't like me, do you, Madeline?
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I'm sure you mean well.
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You know, when I was very young,
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my family just moved and I was going to a brand-new school, so I was especially scared.
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And my father gave me the best advice.
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He said, "Mary Louise, you just seek out the bully.
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Make friends with her."
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This place is just what Langley Falls needs.
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A chic lounge environment for young professionals.
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If they need it so much, how come there's nobody here?
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I'm gonna eat you one day.
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Mute
1.
It's time to begin an exercise called Backwards Acting.
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- Now you see— - Sikowitz!
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Cat, you're very late.
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Class is almost over.
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This is more important than class.
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More important than teaching young people backwards acting?