Jugend-

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Ju|gend-

:
Ju|gend|al|ter
Ju|gend|amt
ntyouth welfare department
Ju|gend|ar|beit
f, no pl
(= Arbeit Jugendlicher)youth employment
(= Jugendfürsorge)youth work
Ju|gend|ar|beits|lo|sig|keit
fyouth unemployment
Ju|gend|ar|rest
m (Jur) → detention
Ju|gend|ban|de
fgang of youths
Ju|gend|be|kannt|schaft
ffriend of one’s youth
Ju|gend|be|treu|er(in)
Ju|gend|be|we|gung
f
(Hist) → German Youth Movement (of the early 1920s)
Ju|gend|bild
ntpicture or photo taken when one was young; Jugend-er Churchillspictures of the young Churchill
Ju|gend|bild|nis
nt (Art, fig) Jugend- von Xportrait of X as a young man/woman
Ju|gend|bri|ga|de
f (DDR) → youth brigade (work team consisting of young people)
Ju|gend|buch
Ju|gend|bü|che|rei
Ju|gend|buch|ver|lag
Ju|gend|club
Ju|gend|elf
fyouth team
Ju|gend|er|in|ne|rung
fyouthful memory; meine Jugend-enmemories of my youth
ju|gend|frei
adjsuitable for young people; FilmU(-certificate) (Brit), → G (US)
Ju|gend|freund(in)
m(f)friend of one’s youth
Ju|gend|funk
m (Rad) → broadcasting or radio for young people; (= Sendung)broadcast or programme (Brit) → or program (US) → for young people
Ju|gend|für|sor|ge
fyouth welfare; (für Schulkinder) → child guidance
Ju|gend|ge|dicht
ntyouthful poem
ju|gend|ge|fähr|dend
adjliable to corrupt the young
Ju|gend|ge|richt
Ju|gend|ge|spiele
m, Ju|gend|ge|spie|lin
f (hum)young playmate
Ju|gend|grup|pe
fyouth group
Ju|gend|heim
nt
(= Wohnheim)young people’s home

Ju|gend-

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Ju|gend|hil|fe
f (Admin) → help for young people
Ju|gend|ir|re|sein
nt (Med) → juvenile schizophrenia
Ju|gend|jah|re
pldays plof one’s youth
Ju|gend|klub
Ju|gend|kri|mi|na|li|tät

Ju|gend-

:
Ju|gend|lie|be
f
young love
(= Geliebter)love or sweetheart of one’s youth
Ju|gend|li|te|ra|tur
fliterature for younger readers or young people
Ju|gend|mann|schaft
fyouth team
Ju|gend|meis|ter(in)
m(f) (Sport) → youth champion
Ju|gend|meis|ter|schaft
f (Sport) → youth championships pl
Ju|gend|or|ga|ni|sa|ti|on
fyouth organization
Ju|gend|pfle|ge
fyouth welfare
Ju|gend|pfle|ger(in)
m(f)youth (welfare) worker
Ju|gend|psy|cho|lo|gie
Ju|gend|recht
Ju|gend|rich|ter(in)
m(f) (Jur) → magistrate (in a juvenile court)
Ju|gend|schrif|ten
plpublications plfor young people; (eines Autors) → youthful writings pl
Ju|gend|schrift|stel|ler(in)
m(f)writer of books for young people
Ju|gend|schutz
Ju|gend|sek|te
fyouth sect
Ju|gend|sen|dung
f (Rad) → programme (Brit) → or program (US) → for younger listeners; (TV) → programme (Brit) → or program (US) → for younger viewers
Ju|gend|spie|le
plyouth games pl
Ju|gend|stil
m, no pl (Art) → Art Nouveau
Ju|gend|straf|an|stalt
f (form)young offendersinstitution (Brit), → juvenile correction institution or facility (US)
Ju|gend|stra|fe
fdetention no artin a young offenders (Brit) → or juvenile correction (US) → institution
Ju|gend|streich
myouthful exploit or escapade
Ju|gend|sün|de
fyouthful misdeed
Ju|gend|the|a|ter
ntyouth theatre (Brit) → or theater (US)
Ju|gend|tor|heit
fyouthful folly, folly of one’s youth
Ju|gend|traum
myouthful dream
Ju|gend|ver|band
myouth organization
Ju|gend|ver|bot
nt für einen Film Jugend- aussprechento ban a film for young people
Ju|gend|ver|tre|tung
fyouth representatives pl
Ju|gend|vor|stel|lung
Ju|gend|wei|he
f (Rel) → initiation; (in Eastern Germany) ceremony in which 14-year-olds are given adult social status
Ju|gend|zeit
fyouth, younger days pl
Ju|gend|zent|rum
ntyouth centre (Brit) → or center (US)