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younger
'jəŋər
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Used of the younger of two persons of the same name especially used to distinguish a son from his father.
Hyphenationyoung•er
Part of Speech(名) noun
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, zǎi(of domestic animals or fowls) young; variant of
shàoyoung
年少niánshàoyoung; junior
年幼niányòuyoung; underage
幼小yòuxiǎoyoung; immature
幼崽yòuzǎiyoung (of an animal)
正太zhèngtàiyoung, cute boy; derived from Japanese loanword shotacon 正太控
绮年qǐniányoung; youthful
年纪较小者niánjì jiàoxiǎo zhěyounger
年纪轻轻的niánjìqīngqīng deyoung
青年才俊qīngnián cáijùnyoung, talented people
yòu(corrupted form of ) young; immature; weak; delicate
ruǎnyoung, tender, soft, delicate
yòuyoung
幼稚yòuzhìyoung; childish; puerile
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