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Translation of "great-" - English-Turkish dictionary

great-

prefix     /ɡreɪt/
great-grandfather/-grandmother the father/mother of your grandfather or grandmother büyük büyük baba/anne Family relations in general
great-aunt/-uncle the aunt/uncle of your mother or father büyük teyze/hala/amca Family relations in general
great-grandchild/-granddaughter, etc the child/daughter, etc of your grandson or granddaughter büyük torun/kız torun vb. Family relations in general
great-niece/-nephew the daughter/son of your niece or nephew büyük yeğen/kuzen Family relations in general
(Definition of great- prefix from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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