Translation of youthful in Spanish:


juvenil, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈjuθfəl/ /ˈjuːθfʊl/ /ˈjuːθf(ə)l/

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    (vigor/enthusiasm/manner) juvenil
    (folly/ignorance) de juventud
    a group of youthful idealists un grupo de jóvenes idealistas
    • The bug of enthusiasm and the youthful spirit in the air stung Trivedi too.
    • His face changes from characterful to youthful exuberance with the flash of a grin.
    • His youthful enthusiasm seemed to blend seamlessly with the tenacity of Steve Thompson and Phil Vickery.
    • This was a contest of youthful enthusiasm and fitness of the visitors versus the experience and guile of the home side.
    • The flipside of his team's youthful enthusiasm is the lack of composure that sometimes accompanies it.
    • Our lodger is busy canvassing for her candidate and I kind of envy her youthful enthusiasm and lack of cynicism.
    • He looks like he could knock you out, but his voice is full of youthful enthusiasm.
    • Perhaps that is a sign that youthful enthusiasm has departed and life is more important.
    • You are youthful and enthusiastic about new creative projects and opportunities today.
    • My skin looked gratifyingly perky and youthful, my rings felt loose and my trousers were distinctly droopy.
    • Preparing for this role has allowed him to relive much of his own youthful exuberance.
    • He was chosen for his youthful dynamism, which the party hoped could match that of his political rival, Wilson.
    • She had worked for many years in a medical students' hostel and had seen us with our youthful exuberance and excesses.
    • I was totally secure in a blanket of love and youthful exuberance and confidence.
    • Perhaps it's not just him that seems indifferent to such youthful exuberance.
    • They are blessed with youthful effervescence, a decent front man and scratchy lead guitar.
    • His youthful exuberance was making it hard for anyone to catch up with him.
    • Many of the men one sees in audiences are considerably younger but lack the youthful vigour of conductors.
    • He seems more boyish and youthful than the rather circumspect Sandler.
    • Cheered but still sober, we head for the Monkey Bar, a more stylish and youthful venue in a Bath Street basement.