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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishteenageteen‧age /ˈtiːneɪdʒ/ ●●○ (also teenaged /ˈtiːneɪdʒd/) adjective [only before noun]  1 SSYYOUNGaged between 13 and 19 a teenage boy my teenage daughtersee thesaurus at young2 relating to or affecting people aged between 13 and 19 the teenage years teenage rebellion the problem of teenage pregnancy
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teenageMost have either been nabbed by some one else or are into teenage bimbos or are gay.His eyes followed his teenage daughter as she walked around his bedroom, pocketing his belongings.A younger person marrying and taking on a teenage family may know very little about adolescents.Bobby and Ian both sacrifice a lot of time to Lisburn's teenage golfers and it's beginning to show.the teenage music sceneThere has been a significant increase in teenage pregnancies recently.Interviews with Moon and other teenage smokers reveal they smoke for the same reason adults do: They enjoy it.Some parents have unhappy or embarrassing memories of their own teenage years.