nephewnoun [C]uk /ˈnef.juː/ /ˈnev.juː/ us /ˈnef.juː/ /ˈnev.juː/
- He hit the headlines two years ago when he was arrested for selling drugs to the prime minister's nephew.
- They were murmuring about the boss's nephew getting the job.
- She'd always had a soft spot for her younger nephew.
- I watched my two-year-old nephew toddling around after his puppy.
- I took my two-year old nephew down to the beach with his bucket and spade.
- be sb's own flesh and blood idiom
- birth mother
- birth parent
- first cousin
- fraternal twin
- maiden aunt
- working mother/father/parent
- your nearest and dearest idiom
- your own flesh and blood idiom