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nephew

noun   /ˈnef·juː/
B1 the son of your brother or sister sobrino
(Definition of nephew from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

nephew

noun /ˈnefjuː/ ( feminine niece /niːs/)
the son or daughter of a brother or sister sobrino; sobrina My sister’s two sons are my nephews, and I am their uncle.
(Definition of nephew from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “nephew”
in Korean (남자) 조카…
in Arabic اِبْن الأَخّ أَو الأُخْت…
in Malaysian anak saudara, anak buah lelaki…
in French neveu, nièce…
in Russian племянник…
in Chinese (Traditional) 侄子, 外甥…
in Italian nipote (di zii) (m)…
in Turkish erkek yeğen…
in Polish bratanek, siostrzeniec…
in Vietnamese cháu trai…
in Portuguese sobrinho…
in Thai หลานชาย…
in German der Neffe, die Nichte…
in Catalan nebot…
in Japanese 甥(おい)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 侄子, 外甥…
in Indonesian kemenakan laki-laki…
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