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kidult

[ ki-duhlt ]
/ kɪˈdʌlt /
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noun Informal.
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Origin of kidult

First recorded in 1985–90; kid1 + (ad)ult
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British Dictionary definitions for kidult

kidult
/ (ˈkɪdʌlt) informal /

noun
an adult who is interested in forms of entertainment such as computer games, television programmes, etc that are intended for children
adjective
aimed at or suitable for kidults, or both children and adults

Word Origin for kidult

C20: from kid 1 + (ad) ult
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