Ah. That bug is almost half a year old, and yet it's there. Please report if you see it happening in "Adjectives and Spelling". A lot of "correct" answers seem to not be accepted in that skill (I mean, we have them, but the application ignores them).
Oh well. Thanks for info, I'm reporting everything I see, and which I am sure about (but like half of the time, I realise I did a not-too grammatically correct answer).
Is this phrase meaning a younger male in a family of more than one siblings, or that somebody's brother who is in his early age?
It means a younger male sibling (either the one younger than the person in question or the youngest of the two. The absolute age does not matter.
Speaking of the speech application, she sounds more like младчий than младший...
Forgive me for disagreeing with you, but in the tablet, I slowed down the speech, and there is no 'sh' but 'ch', when the app reads older brother, the 'sh' was much clearer...
Russian ч does not sound this way. You might have forgotten that ш goes right after т, which might indeed sound similar to some languages' "ch" sound.
does this actually mean younger brother or does it really just mean young brother?