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Translation of "aunt" - English-Spanish dictionary

aunt

noun   /ɑːnt/
A2 the sister of someone’s mother or father, or the wife of someone’s uncle or aunt tía I’m going to visit my aunt next week.
(Definition of aunt from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

aunt

noun /aːnt/
the sister of one’s father or mother, or the wife of one’s uncle tía My Aunt Anne died last week The child went to the circus with her aunt.
auntie /ˈaːnti/ noun ( aunty)
(informal) an aunt tita Auntie Jean.
(Definition of aunt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “aunt”
in Korean 고모, 숙모, 이모…
in Arabic خالة, عَمّة…
in Malaysian mak saudara…
in French tante…
in Russian тетя…
in Chinese (Traditional) 姑母, 姨母, 嬸嬸…
in Italian zia…
in Turkish teyze, hala…
in Polish ciocia, ciotka…
in Vietnamese cô…
in Portuguese tia…
in Thai พี่หรือน้องสาวของแม่หรือพ่อ, ป้า น้า อา (หญิง…
in German die Tante…
in Catalan tia…
in Japanese おば(父母の姉妹、おじの妻)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 姑母, 姨母, 婶婶…
in Indonesian bibi…
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