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Spanish translation of “uncle”

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uncle

noun /ˈaŋkl/
the brother of a person’s father or mother, or the husband of an aunt
tío
He’s my uncle Hallo, Uncle Jim!
Translations of “uncle”
in Korean 삼촌, 아저씨…
in Arabic عَمّ, خال…
in French oncle…
in Italian zio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 舅父, 伯父, 叔父…
in Russian дядя…
in Turkish amca, dayı…
in Polish wujek, wuj…
in Portuguese tio…
in German der Onkel…
in Catalan oncle…
in Japanese おじ, おじさん…
in Chinese (Simplified) 舅父, 伯父, 叔父…
(Definition of uncle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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