[ UK /tˈiːnz/ ]
[ US /ˈtinz/ ]
  1. the time of life between the ages of 12 and 20
  2. all the numbers that end in -teen
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How To Use teens In A Sentence

  • I think it frustrates adults when they cannot instill their ideas into teens.
  • Unfortunately, the anger was short-lived and a teensy bit of paranoia set in.
  • The study found that only 36 percent of teens know how to open a savings account, and even less know how to balance a checkbook.
  • Unfortunately, the show's message to millions of impressionable teens is that it's OK to take drugs.
  • Through his teens and beyond he was an athlete and travelled the world competing and training on the circuit.
  • Four teens ran down the dirt path of a town, their clothes tattered and patched, but not dirty.
  • In Foshan, He Pinru's members include state-owned telecommunications and power companies, and real estate developers, who want to offer safe, good-quality food at employee canteens, he says. China's organic farms rooted in food-safety concerns
  • Lucky for you teens, Jessica hasn't been flashing any particularly noticeable jewelry on her fingers.
  • Last year, she wore a teensy-weensy silver pillbox. Times, Sunday Times
  • She was being ridiculous, isolating him like this, all because of one teensy tiny stupid little question that he wished he'd never asked!
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