This page is about the collocation young child
collocation pattern: adjective + noun
a person who's very young, but not a baby
- My sister has two young children under the age of five.
- Most parents send very young children to child-minding centres these days.
Similar collocations are "young boy" and "young girl". In common usage, "young" in these collocations often means from the time a child can walk to the age of five or six.
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Contributor: Matt Errey