under-age adj

under-age adj
[ˌʌndər'eɪdʒ]
minorenne

he's under-age — è minorenne


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  • under age — {adj. phr.} Too young; not old enough; below legal age. * /He could not enlist in the army because he was under age./ * /Rose was not allowed to enroll in the Life Saving Course because she was under age./ Contrast: OF AGE(1) …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • under age — {adj. phr.} Too young; not old enough; below legal age. * /He could not enlist in the army because he was under age./ * /Rose was not allowed to enroll in the Life Saving Course because she was under age./ Contrast: OF AGE(1) …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • under\ age — adj. phr. too young; not old enough; below legal age. He could not enlist in the army because he was under age. Rose was not allowed to enroll in the Life Saving Course because she was under age. Contrast: of age(1) …   Словарь американских идиом

  • under age — also underage 1) ADJ A person who is under age is legally too young to do something, for example to drink alcohol, have sex, or vote. Underage youths can obtain alcohol from their older friends. ...girls who have babies when they are under age.… …   English dictionary

  • under — prep., adv., & adj. prep. 1 a in or to a position lower than; below; beneath (fell under the table; under the left eye). b within, on the inside of (a surface etc.) (wore a vest under his shirt). 2 a inferior to; less than (a captain is under a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • under — [un′dər] prep. [ME < OE, akin to Ger unter < IE * ṇdhos, *ṇdheri, under > L infra, below] 1. in, at, or to a position down from; lower than; below [shoes under the bed, under a blazing sun] 2. beneath the surface of [under water] 3.… …   English World dictionary

  • of\ age — adj. phr. 1a. Old enough to be allowed to do or manage something. Mary will be of driving age on her next birthday. Contrast: over age, under age 1b. old enough to vote; having the privileges of adulthood. The age at which one is considered of… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • over age — {adj. phr.} Too old; not young enough; above the legal age. * /Grandfather wanted to fight in World War II, but he could not because he was over age./ Contrast: UNDER AGE …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • over age — {adj. phr.} Too old; not young enough; above the legal age. * /Grandfather wanted to fight in World War II, but he could not because he was over age./ Contrast: UNDER AGE …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • over\ age — adj. phr. too old; not young enough; above the legal age. Grandfather wanted to fight in World War II, but he could not because he was over age. Contrast: under age …   Словарь американских идиом

  • old age — old age, adj. the last period of human life, now often considered to be the years after 65. [1300 50; ME] * * * Introduction also called  senescence         in human beings, the final stage of the normal life span. Definitions of old age are not… …   Universalium

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