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Significado de “aunt” - Diccionario Inglés

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auntnoun [C]

uk   /ɑːnt/  us   /ænt/ (informal auntie, aunty)
A2 the ​sister of someone's ​father or ​mother, or the ​wife of someone's ​uncle or aunt: I have an aunt in ​Australia. This is my Aunt Camille. [as form of address] Do you ​want some ​tea, Aunt Alice?
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auntnoun [C]

 us   /ænt, ɑnt/
the ​sister of someone’s ​mother or ​father, or the ​wife of someone’s ​uncle: We ​stopped off to ​visit my aunt and ​uncle in Boston.
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Traducciones de “aunt”
en coreano 고모, 숙모, 이모…
en árabe خالة, عَمّة…
in Malaysian mak saudara…
en francés tante…
en ruso тетя…
en chino (tradicionál) 姑母, 姨母, 嬸嬸…
en italiano zia…
en turco teyze, hala…
en polaco ciocia, ciotka…
en español tía…
in Vietnamese cô…
en portugués tia…
in Thai พี่หรือน้องสาวของแม่หรือพ่อ, ป้า น้า อา (หญิง…
en alemán die Tante…
en catalán tia…
en japonés おば(父母の姉妹、おじの妻)…
en chino (simplificado) 姑母, 姨母, 婶婶…
in Indonesian bibi…
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