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kin

noun [no plural]   /kɪn/ formal
the people in your family parientes, familiares
(Definition of kin from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

kin

noun plural /kin/
persons of the same family; one’s relations. familia, parientes
kinsfolk /ˈinz-/ noun plural
one’s relations. familia, parientes
kinsman /ˈkinz-/ nouns ( feminine kinswoman /ˈkinz-/, plural kinsmen, kinswomen)
a man or a woman of the same family as oneself. pariente; parienta
next of kin noun
one’s nearest relative(s) pariente más próximo Have his next of kin been informed of his death yet?
(Definition of kin from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “kin”
in Korean 친척…
in Arabic أقْرِباء…
in Malaysian keluarga…
in French famille…
in Russian родственники…
in Chinese (Traditional) 家屬, 親屬, 親戚…
in Italian famiglia, parentela, parenti…
in Turkish hısım, akraba…
in Polish rodzina…
in Vietnamese dòng họ…
in Portuguese família…
in Thai ญาติ…
in German die Verwandtschaft…
in Catalan parents, familiars…
in Japanese 親族…
in Chinese (Simplified) 家属, 亲属, 亲戚…
in Indonesian kerabat…
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