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daughter

noun /ˈdoːtə/
a female child (when spoken of in relation to her parents)
hija
That is Mary’s daughter She has two daughters.
daughter-in-law noun ( plural daughters-in-law) a son’s wife.
nuera
Translations of “daughter”
in Korean 딸…
in Arabic ابْنة…
in French fille…
in Italian figlia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 女兒…
in Russian дочь…
in Turkish kız evlat…
in Polish córka…
in Portuguese filha…
in German die Tochter…
in Catalan filla…
in Japanese 娘…
in Chinese (Simplified) 女儿…
(Definition of daughter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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