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Definición de “parent” en inglés

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parentnoun [C]

uk   /ˈpeə.rənt/  us   /ˈper.ənt/

parent noun [C] (MOTHER/FATHER)

A1 a mother or father of a person or an animal: I'm going to meet Richard's parents for the first time this weekend.
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parent noun [C] (COMPANY)

(also parent company) a company that owns one or more other companies: The subsidiary has issued shares that are guaranteed by its parent. The parent company is expected to spend $50 million in advertising this year.
Traducciones de “parent”
en árabe أحَد الوالدين…
en coreano 부모…
in Malaysian ibu atau bapa, ibu atau bapa angkat…
en francés père (ou) mère, père adoptif (ou) mère adoptive…
en turco anne baba, ebeveynler…
en italiano genitore…
en chino (tradicionál) 父親, 母親…
en ruso родитель…
en polaco rodzic…
in Vietnamese cha, mẹ, cha mẹ nuôi…
en español padre, madre…
en portugués pai, mãe…
in Thai พ่อแม่, ผู้ปกครอง…
en alemán der Elternteil…
en catalán mare, pare…
en japonés 親…
in Indonesian orangtua…
en chino (simplificado) 父亲, 母亲…
(Definition of parent from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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