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Spanish translation of “sister”

sister

noun /ˈsistə/
the title given to a female child to describe her relationship to the other children of her parents
hermana
She’s my sister my father’s sister.
a type of senior nurse
enfermera jefe
She’s a sister on Ward 5.
a female member of a religious group.
hermana, monja
a female fellow member of any group
hermana, compañera
We must fight for equal opportunities, sisters!
sister-in-law noun (plural sisters-in-law) the sister of one’s husband or wife.
cuñada
the wife of one’s brother.
cuñada
(Definition of sister from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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