(n.) = youth ; young people. Ex: Although the library community advocates unrestricted access to resources for all, professional practices illustrate that librarians restrict access for youth. Ex: The attempt to train young people in this kind of discrimination seems to me to be a folly, if not a crime. (n.) = girl ; youngster ; juvenile ; wench. Ex: The article 'Why girls flock to Sweet Valley High' investigates the appeal to girls of adolescent romances and what, if anything, could be done to broaden the reading habits of such fans of formula fiction. Ex: If by being identified in the popular mind with a few gifted youngsters we compromise our ability to attract blue collar workers, for example, I think we'll have done ourselves irreparable harm. Ex: The library provides services to 2,903 adults and juveniles who have been sentenced or remanded to the care of the Department. Ex: He went in the tavern wearing an eye patch, crying 'ahoy, matey!' and eying the comely wenches. ---- * joven actriz = starlet. * joven ayudante del encargado de la máquina de imprimir = machine boy. * joven casadero = eligible party ; eligible bachelor. * jóvenes = youth ; young people. * jóvenes, los = young, the ; youth culture. * joven estrella = starlet. * joven granjera = farm girl. * joven granjero = farm boy. * joven inconformista = beatnik. * joven prodigio = golden boy ; wonder boy. * joven promesa = high flyer [high flier, -USA] ; promising star ; rising star ; whiz(z). * joven que deja los estudios = school leaver. * joven que huye de su casa = runaway. * pandilla de jóvenes = gang of youths. * para jóvenes = youth-serving. * servicios bibliotecarios para jóvenes = youth services. (adj.) = young ; young lady ; young man [young men, -pl.] ; young woman ; youthful ; junior ; young person ; juvenile. Ex: Another honor he received is RTSD's Esther J. Piercy Award for younger members making a substantial contribution to technical services. Ex: To work as a librarian is so terribly respectable that young lady trainees at library school have been known to try to keep their specialism a secret from young men so as not to prejudice their chances of acquiring boyfriends. Ex: To work as a librarian is so terribly respectable that young lady trainees at library school have been known to try to keep their specialism a secret from young men so as not to prejudice their chances of acquiring boyfriends. Ex: All these novels are about young women meeting handsome men, at first disliking them and then discovering that they love them, with the inescapable 'happy ending' which means matrimony in these cases. Ex: Artists or their families have often wished to erase the memory of convict or immigrant origins, youthful indiscretions, or previous marriages. Ex: The junior librarian leaned forward, and resting her elbows on her knees, put her chin in her hands. Ex: In the United Kingdom the London borough of Lambeth includes some 25,000 young persons, many of whom are unemployed, homeless and coloured. Ex: The construction of the hypothesis, however, should be limited to such considerations as whether the subject heading list is designed to serve the adult or the juvenile user. ---- * amante joven = sugar baby. * animal joven = kit. * cuando + ser + joven = in + Posesivo + youth. * despendolarse cuando joven = sow + Posesivo + wild oats. * echar una cana al aire cuando joven = sow + Posesivo + wild oats. * joven promesa = whiz(z) kid ; bright (young) hope ; boy wonder ; girl wonder ; promising youth ; young promising talent ; young gun ; promising young artist. * joven valor = young gun. * joven y prometedor = up-and-coming. * niño joven = young boy. * personal joven = new blood. * planta joven = seedling. * Plinio el Joven = Pliny the Younger. * público joven = young audience. * queso joven = young cheese. * siempre joven = ageless. * soltarse la melena cuando joven = sow + Posesivo + wild oats. * vino joven = young wine. * YMCA (Asociación Cristiana de Hombres Jóvenes) = YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association).