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sonnoun [C]

uk   us   /sʌn/
A1 your male child: This is our son Raja. We have two sons and three daughters. used as an informal form of address by a man to a boy: Come on, son, we don't have all day.a son of somewhere literary a man who was born in a particular place: that notable son of Württemberg, Martin Brecht
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en árabe اِبْن…
en coreano 아들…
in Malaysian anak lelaki…
en francés fils…
en turco erkek çocuk…
en italiano figlio maschio…
en chino (tradicionál) 兒子, (男人對男孩的稱呼)孩子…
en ruso сын…
en polaco syn…
in Vietnamese con trai…
en español hijo…
en portugués filho (homem)…
in Thai ลูกชาย…
en alemán der Sohn…
en catalán fill…
en japonés 息子…
in Indonesian anak laki-laki…
en chino (simplificado) 儿子, (男人对男孩的称呼)孩子…
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