English version

tender age

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtender agetender ageYOUNGthe time when you are young or do not have much experienceat the tender age of four/five/six etc Nicholas was sent to boarding school at the tender age of seven. tender
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at the tender age of four/five/six etcAlongside me was Sam Ratcliffe who, at the tender age of sixteen, had already had quite a bit of publicity.And it has just happened to Kate Moss at the tender age of 18.
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