جوانمرد، شخص جوان، جوانی، نوباوگان، شباب، جوانان
شبکه مترجمین ایران
spend your youth
• She spent her youth in India.
relive/recapture your youth
(= do things you did when young, to try and experience youth again )
• The band’s fans are clearly reliving their youth. • The sports car is an attempt to recapture his youth.
a misspent youth
(= spent doing things that were bad or not useful )
• He is trying to make up for his misspent youth.
your lost youth
(= the time long ago when you were young )
• He wept for his lost youth.
the days/dreams/friends etc of sb’s youth
• He had long ago forgotten the dreams of his youth.
The future belongs to the youth.
Your youth is an innocent time.
noun period of your life when you are young ADJ. early | unhappy | lost nostalgia for her lost youth | misspent His lack of qualifications was taken as a sign of a misspent youth. VERB + YOUTH spend She spent much of her youth in Hong Kong. | idle away, waste He wasted his youth in front of a computer screen. PREP. during your ~ She contracted the disease during her youth. | from ~ from youth to maturity | in your ~ He started going to discos in his early youth. | since your ~ I haven't danced since my youth! | throughout your ~ He played football throughout his youth. PHRASES not in the first flush of youth Though no longer in the first flush of youth she's still remarkably energetic. | scenes from/of sb's youth being young ADJ. extreme Her extreme youth was against her. | comparative | eternal in search of eternal youth VERB + YOUTH have You still have your youth?that's the main thing. young person ADJ. male | black, white | callow He was a callow youth when he joined the newspaper. | pimply, spotty She's going out with some spotty youth. | fresh-faced | gangling QUANT. gang, group young people ADJ. modern the aspirations of modern youth | local | urban | working-class | delinquent, disaffected | unemployed | educated | gilded (figurative) a club for the gilded youth (= rich and spoilt young people) of London YOUTH + NOUN culture | club, group, movement, organization, subculture, work | leader, worker | employment, unemployment, training | court, crime, custody a crackdown on youth crime PHRASES the youth of today
Oxford Collocations Dictionary