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father

noun [C] uk   /ˈfɑː.ðər/ us  /-ðɚ/

father noun [C] (PARENT)

A1 a male parent: My father took me to watch the football every Saturday. The children's father came to pick them up from school. [as form of address] formal or old-fashioned Please may I go, Father?
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father noun [C] (IN RELIGION)

( also Father, written abbreviation Fr) (the title of) a Christian priest, especially a Roman Catholic or Orthodox priest: Father O'Reilly [as form of address] Are you giving a sermon, Father? ( also Father) a name for the Christian God: God the Father Our Father, who art in heaven...

father

verb [T] uk   /ˈfɑː.ðər/ us  /-ðɚ/
to become the father of a child by making a woman pregnant: He's fathered three children.
Traducciones de “father”
en coreano 아버지…
en árabe أَبّ, والِد…
en francés père, (révérend) Père…
en turco baba…
en italiano padre…
en chino (tradicionál) 父親,爸爸…
en ruso отец…
en polaco ojciec…
en español padre…
en portugués pai…
en alemán der Vater, der Pater, der Urheber…
en catalán pare…
en japonés 父, お父さん…
en chino (simplificado) 父亲,爸爸…
(Definition of father from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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