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uncle

noun [C] uk   /ˈʌŋ.kl̩/ us  
A2 the brother of someone's mother or father, or the husband of someone's aunt or uncle: I've got several uncles and aunts. We invited my Uncle Steve round. [as form of address] Did you bring me a present, Uncle Jack? Indian English any male adult that you know who is older than you: John Uncle
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en coreano 삼촌, 아저씨…
en árabe عَمّ, خال…
en francés oncle…
en turco amca, dayı…
en italiano zio…
en chino (tradicionál) 舅父, 伯父, 叔父…
en ruso дядя…
en polaco wujek, wuj…
en español tío…
en portugués tio…
en alemán der Onkel…
en catalán oncle…
en japonés おじ, おじさん…
en chino (simplificado) 舅父, 伯父, 叔父…
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