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Spanish translation of “step-”

step-

prefix /step/
showing a relationship not by blood but by another marriage.
no translation
stepfather noun ( stepmother) the husband, who is not the person’s father, of a person’s own mother, or the wife, who is not the person’s mother, of a person’s own father.
padrastro, madrastra
stepsister noun ( stepbrother) a daughter or son of a person’s step-father or step-mother.
hermanastra, hermanastro
stepson noun ( stepdaughter, stepchild) a son or daughter from another marriage of a person’s wife or husband.
hijastro, hijastra
(Definition of step- from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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