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Meaning of “granny” - Learner’s Dictionary

granny

noun [C]     /ˈɡræni/ informal
A2 another word for grandmotherFamily relations in generalNames people call their close relatives
Translations of “granny”
in Arabic جَدّة…
in Korean 할머니…
in Malaysian nenek…
in French grand-maman, mamie…
in Turkish anneanne, babaanne, büyükanne…
in Italian nonna, nonnina…
in Chinese (Traditional) (外)祖母…
in Russian бабушка…
in Polish babcia…
in Vietnamese (thân mật) bà…
in Spanish abuela, abuelita…
in Portuguese vovó…
in Thai ย่า, ยาย…
in German die Oma…
in Catalan una altra paraula, informal, per a “grandmother”: iaia…
in Japanese おばあちゃん…
in Indonesian nenek…
in Chinese (Simplified) (外)祖母…
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