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family

noun /ˈfӕməli/ ( plural families)
(singular or plural) a man, his wife and their children
familia
These houses were built for families The (members of the) Clark family are all very athletic (also adjective) a family holiday.
a group of people related to each other, including cousins, grandchildren etc
familia
He comes from a wealthy family (also adjective) the family home.
the children of a man and his wife
familia
When I get married, I would like a large family.
a group of plants, animals, languages etc that are connected in some way
familia
In spite of its name, a koala bear is not a member of the bear family.
family name noun the part of someone’s name which all the people in their family have; last name, surname
apellido
Their family name is Smith.
family planning noun controlling or limiting the number of children that people have especially by using a means of contraception
planificación familiar
(also adjective) a family planning clinic.
family tree noun (a plan showing) a person’s ancestors and relations.
árbol genealógico
Translations of “family”
in Korean 가족, 자녀…
in Arabic عائِلة…
in French famille…
in Italian famiglia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 社會群體, 家,家庭, 子女…
in Russian семья, дети, семейство (растений…
in Turkish aile, soy, ailede çocuklar…
in Polish rodzina, dzieci…
in Portuguese família…
in German die Familie, Familien……
in Catalan família, prole…
in Japanese 家族, 一家…
in Chinese (Simplified) 社会群体, 家,家庭, 子女…
(Definition of family from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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