|young criminal, young offender||youthful offender|
|(British Slang) boss; father (informal term and term of address used in the past by upper-class young men for their fathers)||guvnor|
|(British Slang) criminal, prisoner, ex-convict; prison time, decide the order of play, fall behind compared with others, fail to keep up with the established pace, straggle; develop slowly; linger, tarry; slacken, flag, weaken; imprison (British Slang)...||lag|
|(Informal) young man; young male servant||muchacho|
|(Irish) young boy; lad (Informal); sevant; foolhardy person (generally male)||gossoon|
|(Past participle), accepted into criminal group, artificially produced, contrived, done, prepared; constructed, manufactured, produced; sure of success, make, Past tense of, successful||made|
|(Slang) detective; young man (derogatory); penis (vulgar)||dick|
|a cut, act or sound of snipping, cut using small strokes, cut with scissors; clip, cut off, cutting with scissors; small cut made with scissors; small piece that has been cut off; little bit; young or insignificant person (Informal); disrespectful pers...||snip|
|a group of male friends, exclamation of surprise, immature man, interj. gosh! (cry of surprise, disappointment, or excitement), male child; son; young male; male servant (offensive), male from certain area, way of addressing male animal||boy|
|a small amount, few; small amount; short distance; short period of time, hardly, not at all; slightly, not much, not often, small and pleasant, tiny; young; few, not many; not much, sparse; some; short, brief; petty; unimportant, minor, trivial, younger||little|
|abandoned by parents or guardians, abandoned child or young person, advertisement distributed on the street or slipped under a door, circular, advertising leaflet or handbill, disposable, intended to be used once and then discarded; been rejected, offh...||throwaway|
|abandoned child, homeless or abandoned person (especially a child); young person who seems to be needy because of his/her thin feeble appearance; stray animal; cast-off or neglected items, thin young person, unclaimed item, waft||waif|
|ability to produce offspring, creative productivity, productiveness, ability to bear young (in female animals); fertility, fruitfulness||fecundity|
|able to be charged, capable of being impeached, liable to be impeached; accusable, worthy of a criminal trial||impeachable|
|able to be extradited, able to be handed over to another nation or judicial authority (i.e. a fugitive, criminal, etc.), within the terms of an extradition agreement||extraditable|
|abode of dead souls, criminal underworld, hell, lower world; place of the dead; Hades||netherworld|
|abode of the dead, criminal domain, organized crime; hell, netherworld; world existing beneath (for example beneath the surface of the sea), criminal society||underworld|
|abundant supply, generosity, generosity; money given as reward (often for the execution or capture of a wanted criminal)||bounty|
|accessary, additional, assisting in crime, criminal helper, fashion article, optional part, supplementary part; something which compliments an outfit (i.e. purse, scarf, etc.); partner in crime, one who helps another commit a crime (Law), auxiliary, ai...||accessory|
|accessory, supplementary; aiding; collaborating in a criminal act||accessorial|
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