juvile (noun) is a more rigid/academic/intellectual way of saying teen. It is also used to refer to someone who is below a certain age. Commonly used in law/the legal system. For example, his prison sentence was not as harsh because he was a juvenile at the time.
teen (noun) has pretty much the same meaning as juvenile (usually under 18), it is just the more common and colloquial way of saying it. I will say, though, that a teen is generally 12/13 - 18, whereas juvenile just means under 18. Example with teen: Everyone there were teens, I felt so out of place.
juvenile as an adj. - He works at a juvenile correction facility.
teen as an adj. - I was watching some corny teen drama the other day.
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