English version

a sheltered life/childhood/upbringing etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha sheltered life/childhood/upbringing etca sheltered life/childhood/upbringing etcPROTECTa life etc in which someone has been too protected by their parents from difficult or unpleasant experiences I had led a sheltered life and had never met prejudice before. sheltered
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a sheltered life/childhood/upbringing etcListen honey, d' you think I lead a sheltered life?I lead a sheltered life out in the branch.We led a sheltered life out there in the suburbs.What a sheltered life she leads, in her self-built lavender ghetto.
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