parent translate English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "parent" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun /ˈpeərənt/
one of the two persons etc (one male and one female) who are jointly the cause of one’s birth
padre; madre
her doting parents.
a person with the legal position of a mother or father eg by adoption
padre; madre
his adoptive parents.
parentage /-tidʒ/ noun family or ancestry
familia, origen, linaje
He was born in Edinburgh of Italian parentage.
parental /pəˈrentl/ adjective
de los padres, paterna/materna
parental responsibility.
parenthood noun the state of being a parent
paternidad; maternidad
unplanned parenthood.
parenting noun the activity of looking after your children
(also adjective) parenting skills.
Translations of “parent”
in Arabic أحَد الوالدين…
in Korean 부모…
in Malaysian ibu atau bapa, ibu atau bapa angkat…
in French père (ou) mère, père adoptif (ou) mère adoptive…
in Turkish anne baba, ebeveynler…
in Italian genitore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 父親, 母親…
in Russian родитель…
in Polish rodzic…
in Vietnamese cha, mẹ, cha mẹ nuôi…
in Portuguese pai, mãe…
in Thai พ่อแม่, ผู้ปกครอง…
in German der Elternteil…
in Catalan mare, pare…
in Japanese 親…
in Indonesian orangtua…
in Chinese (Simplified) 父亲, 母亲…
(Definition of parent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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