Meaning of YOUNGSTER in English

YOUNGSTER

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

black

So life went on and I adapted to my new country, to living as a black youngster in a white-dominated society.

Children in the lower socioeconomic groups, particularly black youngsters , had the highest caries attack rate.

The figures for black youngsters excluded indefinitely and for a fixed period were also above average.

local

Until now, local adults and youngsters had to travel to Britain for regular treatment.

Schnug taught piano to local youngsters until about five months before her death.

Some months ago a gang of local youngsters asked if I could help them in this direction.

This is the fifth time a group of local youngsters has visited Almelo.

other

But this victim is also a counsellor, helping other youngsters who have drinkers in the family.

Shona Smith, two, was trapped in a bedroom with two other youngsters at Mayhill, Swansea.

This afternoon police had a warning for other youngsters who carry similar weapons.

The report said that disturbed children were more than twice as likely to become smokers as other youngsters .

Number forty-three where he lived with three other youngsters was more dilapidated than most.

By passing on his skills he has given other youngsters the incentive to go on to achieve greater things.

Now his family is trying to save other youngsters from the same fate.

talented

She says too many talented youngsters have to go to London.

Please keep us informed if you know of any talented youngsters . 4.

It would be an opportunity to foster civic pride and to identify talented youngsters .

Britain has few specialist music schools outside London, which means a lot of travelling for many talented youngsters .

■ VERB

encourage

This would encourage youngsters to try Young Enterprise and create their own jobs, and aid unemployment in the area.

Officials hope the demonstration day will encourage other youngsters to join the movement.

give

Come on employers, give these youngsters a chance.

I prefer to give the youngster strategies that allow him to write independently.

Only a failure on their part to contest all the events will give the youngsters of Lagan Valley any chance of survival.

It's given these youngsters from Thamesdown Drama Studios their first taste of professional theatre.

By passing on his skills he has given other youngsters the incentive to go on to achieve greater things.

Showbusiness gave the youngster a chance to escape into another world, away from the frustrations of an unsettled childhood.

Those who gave evidence say the sentence is insufficient, they say it just gives licence to youngsters to break the law.

He even gave one youngster some money to pay-off a drug dealer.

help

But this victim is also a counsellor, helping other youngsters who have drinkers in the family.

We can also help youngsters by encouraging them to rely on the look as well as the sound of words.

She helped a succession of youngsters to take part-time degrees by getting them jobs as kitchen porters or trainee cooks.

From time to time the main Party had to intervene to help out the youngsters or to curb their youthful enthusiasms.

BGroups such as Alcoholics Anonymous have launched weekly Alateen and Alatot sessions to help youngsters cope with and recover from alcohol-damaged childhoods.

At the Russell-Cairns unit in Oxford psychologists can pass on advice to schools to help youngsters like Chris.

More equipment, especially computers are desperately needed to help youngsters here have just as much fun as any other children.

keep

She says it is hard when you have to keep the youngsters quiet sometimes for hours.

He also admitted keeping indecent photographs of youngsters in the society's files.

It seems awful that so often these places are the only type of indoor entertainment to keep youngsters amused.

Kathryn said the most interesting part was keeping busy youngsters occupied in the waiting room of North Tees General Hospital.

But housing officials say while the scheme is welcome, many more projects are needed to keep youngsters off the streets.

teach

And they're going to let you teach youngsters , are they?

Schnug taught piano to local youngsters until about five months before her death.

In Dickensian days Fagin had his thieves' kitchen in London, where he taught youngsters to pick pockets.

Organisers say they hope to teach youngsters and their families how to survive the abuse and carry on with their lives.

Stories about family heroes teach youngsters what it means to be heroic.

She says modern methods do more harm than good, and has written a book designed to teach youngsters the traditional way.

Stories about mishaps teach youngsters that families and friends stay together through tough times.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

But not all the youngsters want a career in the arts.

Even as a youngster , she has learned that acting can be a means of survival.

Harris faces a tough opener against fast improving Surrey youngster Tim Garner at noon on the opening day.

I managed to boost the frightened youngster up on to the small piece of board.

Lord Brightman urged there should be specialised reception and support arrangements for vulnerable youngsters arriving alone in Britain.

Nineteen-year-old songster Sebastian made his amazing gaffe as Di visited a centre for homeless youngsters.

They have tended to be portrayed as a bunch of ill-organised youngsters often high on drink and drugs.

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