What Is Their Main Difference?
Both refer to someone young. However, 'youth' is the singular form, while, 'youths' is the plural form. Note that 'youth' can be an uncountable noun, too. Whenever we want to refer to the time period when we were young, we use the uncountable plural form 'youth'.
Both can be the plural forms of the noun 'youth'. Check out the following examples:
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Are They Interchangeable?
We mainly use 'youths' when we want to point to a group of young people, whereas, 'youth' is used as a more general concept. So, it is better to avoid using them instead of each other. Compare:
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