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|English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: Tweens|
Families with "Tweens"
(these are all types of familis for Disney targetting purposes)
|Spanish translation:Los pequeños, los ñiños|
Tweens I believe comes from weens: Wee ones, Children. Tweeny Weeny.
In Spanish I believe it would be correct to use: los niños, o los pequeñitos.
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