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grandchildnoun [C]

 us   /ˈɡræn·tʃɑɪld/ (plural grandchildren  /ˈɡrænˌtʃɪl·drən/ )
the child of a person’s son or daughter
Translations of “grandchild”
in Arabic حَفيد, حَفيدة…
in Korean 손자, 손녀…
in Malaysian cucu…
in French petits-enfants, petite-fille, petit-fils…
in Turkish torun…
in Italian nipote…
in Chinese (Traditional) 孫子(女), 外孫(女)…
in Russian внук, внучка…
in Polish wnuk…
in Vietnamese cháu…
in Spanish nieto, nieta…
in Portuguese neto, -a…
in Thai หลาน…
in German der/die Enkel(in)…
in Catalan nét, -a…
in Japanese 孫…
in Indonesian cucu, cucu perempuan, cucu laki-laki…
in Chinese (Simplified) 孙子(女), 外孙(女)…
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