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stepbrother

noun [C] uk   /ˈstepˌbrʌ.ðər/  us   /-ðɚ/
not your parents' son, but the son of a person that one of your parents has married
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Translations of “stepbrother”
in Korean 의붓형제…
in Arabic أخ غَير شَقيق…
in Portuguese filho do padrasto/da madrasta…
in Catalan germanastre…
in Japanese 義兄弟(義母または義父の息子)…
in Italian fratellastro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 繼兄, 繼弟…
in Russian сводный брат…
in Turkish üvey erkek kardeş…
in Chinese (Simplified) 继兄, 继弟…
in Polish brat przyrodni…
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