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Translation of "grandfather" - English-Spanish dictionary

grandfather

noun /ˈɡrӕnfaːðə/
the father or mother of one’s father or mother. abuelo; abuela grandfather clock noun a clock with a tall usually wooden case which stands on the floor. reloj de péndulo/caja
Translations of “grandfather”
in Arabic جَدّ…
in Korean 할아버지…
in Malaysian datuk, nenek…
in French grand-père, grand-mère, grands-parents (pl.)…
in Turkish dede, büyükbaba…
in Italian nonno…
in Chinese (Traditional) (外)祖父…
in Russian дедушка…
in Polish dziadek, dziad…
in Vietnamese ông bà…
in Portuguese avô…
in Thai ปู่, ย่า, ตา…
in German der Großvater, die Großmutter…
in Catalan avi…
in Japanese 祖父…
in Indonesian kakek, nenek…
in Chinese (Simplified) (外)祖父…
(Definition of grandfather from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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