Fordítások & példák
expand_more A kamaszkor folytatása ez "a sarkamban lévő örök érzés, hogy sehol senki, aki megértene"" - írta Helennek.
A kamaszkor gazdagságához kaphatnak és kapniuk is kell támogatást azoktól, akik idősebbek, akik szeretik őket és akik már végigjárták ezt az utat.
A gyermekkor és a kamaszkor vak, perzselő haragja volt ez, irányítatlan, forrongó érzelem, amely - mint a szelep nélküli tartályban gomolygó gőz - bármelyik pillanatban kirobbanhatott.
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "adolescence" szó használatára magyarul
Az alábbi mondatok külső forrásokból származnak és nem miden esetben ponstosak. Ennél fogva a bab.la semmilyen felelősséget vagy kötelezettséget nem vállal az itt megjelenő információkért.
EnglishWe don't know yet exactly hgw it works, but its often seen in early adolescence.
EnglishHe had not enjoyed his childhood and adolescence the first time around.
EnglishThere was no way back to the bland pastures of adolescence and early womanhood.
EnglishThroughout his adolescence and twenties, he hadadored guns.
EnglishWell...that was just another paean to male adolescence... and its refusal to grow up.
EnglishMy adolescence was spent during the German occupation of France.
EnglishMore attention needs to be paid to the prevention of these diseases from the time when people reach adolescence.
EnglishOnly adolescence and the age of sixty were represented.
EnglishEveryone has written poems in adolescence; true poets destroy them, bad poets publish them.
EnglishHis stooping, undernourished body was that of a man who'd been bent at his studies since adolescence.
EnglishParliament played a major role in bringing the child to adolescence, and I wish to express my gratitude.
EnglishMy rage was imperial, although my language came straight from the playgrounds of my Cleveland adolescence.
EnglishSince his adolescence it had been his one true vice; it was the indulgence he had become a thief to fund.
EnglishHe wrote Helen that a part of adolescence is feeling that there's no one else around who's enough like yourself to understand you.
EnglishThis system takes a long time to develop, slowly throughout the course of childhood and into early adolescence.
EnglishSince Madouc was only half his age and barely at the edge of adolescence, bluff facetiousness seemed in order.
EnglishArrested adolescence! the Nonpareil fumed.
EnglishWould the discovery of an older cultural civilization out there inspire us to find ways to survive our increasingly uncertain technological adolescence?
EnglishThe richness of adolescence can and should receive the support of those who are older, who love them and who have already been there.
EnglishHe was old enough, twelve years and a few months, to have lost the prominent tummy of childhood and not yet old enough for adolescence to have made him awkward.