- n. 青少年（等于teenager）；愤怒；悲哀
- adj. 十几岁的（等于teenaged）
- teen: [OE] The element -teen (as in thirteen, fourteen, etc) originated as an inflected form of ten. The noun teen, usually used in the expression in one’s teens ‘from the ages of thirteen to nineteen’, was derived from it in the 17th century (‘Your poor young things, when they are once in the teens, think they shall never be married’, William Wycherley, Gentleman Dancing-Master 1673). The compound teenage is first recorded in 1921, teenager in 1941.
- teen (n.)
- "teen-aged person," 1818 (but rare before 20c.), from -teen. As an adjective meaning "of or for teen-agers," from 1947.
- 1. I spent most of my teen years reading diet books.
- 2. He looks more like a stockbroker than a teen idol.
- 3. Pop isn't pop without huge teen sensations.
- 4. It used to be that any teen who wanted a summer job could get one.
- 5. The teen - agers of our country all suffer the very good care.
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