Translation for 'the young' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   - | the young
the young {noun} [young people] младеж {ж} [събир.] [младо поколение]
Partial Matches
young {adj}млад
the Danube {noun}
Дунав {м}
(the) absurd {noun}абсурд {м}
the Welsh {pl}
уелсците {мн}
the US {noun}
САЩ {мн}
The Smurfs
to the left {adv}наляво
the same {pron}същият
the Andes {noun}
Анди {мн}
the same {pron}същото
the same {pron}еднакво
(the) blues {noun}
блус {м}
John the Baptist {noun}
Йоан Кръстител {м}
The bill please!Сметката, моля!
to call the police {verb}извиквам полицията
to / on the right {adv}на дясно
Pliny the Elder {noun}
Плиний {м} Стари
Pliny the Elder {noun}
Плиний {м} Старши
the ten commandments {noun}
десетте божи заповеди {мн}
over the telephone {adv}по телефона
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Usage Examples English
  • Nevertheless, the Braves swept the Athletics—the first unqualified sweep in the young history of the modern World Series (the 1907 Series had one tied game) to win the world championship.
  • Ickstatt was a proponent of the philosophy of Christian Wolff and of the Enlightenment, and he influenced the young Weishaupt with his rationalism.
  • In a much later interpolated detail, Ares put the young soldier Alectryon, who was Ares companion in drinking and even love-making, by his door to warn them of Helios's arrival as Helios would tell Hephaestus of Aphrodite's infidelity if the two were discovered, but Alectryon fell asleep on guard duty.
  • Some post-Homeric sources claim that in order to keep Achilles safe from the war, Thetis (or, in some versions, Peleus) hid the young man dressed as a princess or at least a girl at the court of Lycomedes, king of Skyros.
  • In his final years, he was a legendary and heroic figure to some of the young writers and artists in Paris.

  • In Late Antiquity Martianus Capella organized all the information a fifth-century upper-class male needed to know into an allegory of the wedding of Mercury and "Philologia," with the seven liberal arts the young man needed to know as guests.
  • During the honeymoon, a pastry cook named Otero fired at the young sovereign and his wife as they were driving in Madrid.
  • The life of Amalasuintha was made the subject of a tragedy, the first play written by the young Carlo Goldoni and presented at Milan in 1733.
  • By Agrippina's order, the serpent's skin was enclosed in a bracelet that the young Nero wore on his right arm.
  • It is possible that Legrenzi gave the young Antonio his first lessons in composition.

  • The young Alcuin came to the cathedral church of York during the golden age of Archbishop Ecgbert and his brother, the Northumbrian King .
  • Abbeys are often self-sufficient while using any abundance of produce or skill to provide care to the poor and needy, refuge to the persecuted, or education to the young.
  • As a protector of the young (...), Apollo is concerned with the health and education of children.
  • Nadine may become a personal assistant in offices and homes in future, or she may become a companion for the young and the elderly.
  • "Animalia" won the Young Australian's Best Book Award in 1987 for Best Picture Story Book.

  • After World War I, members of the young society began applying Steiner's ideas to create cultural movements in areas such as traditional and special education, farming, and medicine.
  • Litters may contain as many as 25 (the largest litter size in the order Carnivora). The young emerge from the den when 3 to 4 weeks old and are weaned by 9 weeks of age.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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