Definition of teenybopper in English:

teenybopper

Syllabification: tee·ny·bop·per
Pronunciation: /ˈtēnēˌbäpər
 
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noun

informal
A young teenager, especially a girl, who keenly follows the latest fashions in clothes and pop music.
More example sentences
  • It's a delightful piece of work that may not exactly appeal to the teeny-boppers, but then Daniel is not looking to teeny-boppers as his audience.
  • Tension among teeny-boppers is reaching fever pitch as music fans wait impatiently for Gareth to take centre stage at the Party in The Park.
  • Perhaps one day I'll grow out of my teeny-bopper like obsession/crush on Jason.

Derivatives

teenybop

adjective
More example sentences
  • ‘Yes,’ Leonard admits, ‘there's been some romantic following, which is great, but we're not a teeny-bop band.’
  • Here, teeny-bop radio morphs into swooning Bollywood strings, and atmospheric buzzing becomes Bengalese tambour buzz.
  • Sure, this is a teeny-bop mainstream CD made by the corporate music industry.

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Word of the day inamorata
Pronunciation: ɪˌnaməˈrɑːtə
noun
a person's female lover