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family

noun
 
 
/ˈfæməli/
RELATED PEOPLE [group] A1 a group of people who are related to each other, such as a mother, a father, and their children
семья
Her UK family are/ US family is originally from Ireland. a family businessFamily relations in general
CHILDREN [C] B1 the children in a family
дети
[usually singular] Single parents have to raise a family on their own. Paul and Alison are hoping to start a family soon.Children and babies
PLANTS/ANIMALS [C] a group of similar types of plants or animals that are related to each other
семейство (растений, животных)
Animal and plant biology - general words
Translations of “family”
in Arabic عائِلة…
in Korean 가족, 자녀…
in Malaysian keluarga…
in French famille…
in Turkish aile, soy, ailede çocuklar…
in Italian famiglia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 社會群體, 家,家庭, 子女…
in Polish rodzina, dzieci…
in Vietnamese gia đình, gia tộc, con cái…
in Spanish familia…
in Portuguese família…
in Thai ครอบครัว, ญาติ ๆ, บุตรภรรยา…
in German die Familie, Familien……
in Catalan família, prole…
in Japanese 家族, 一家…
in Indonesian keluarga…
in Chinese (Simplified) 社会群体, 家,家庭, 子女…
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