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Translation of "uncle" - English-Spanish dictionary

uncle

noun   /ˈʌŋ·kl/
A2 the brother of someone’s mother or father, or the husband of someone’s aunt or uncle tío My uncle taught me how to fish.
(Definition of uncle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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!
(Definition of uncle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “uncle”
in Korean 삼촌, 아저씨…
in Arabic عَمّ, خال…
in Malaysian pakcik…
in French oncle…
in Russian дядя…
in Chinese (Traditional) 舅父, 伯父, 叔父…
in Italian zio…
in Turkish amca, dayı…
in Polish wujek, wuj…
in Vietnamese chú, bác, cậu…
in Portuguese tio…
in Thai ลุง…
in German der Onkel…
in Catalan oncle…
in Japanese おじ, おじさん…
in Chinese (Simplified) 舅父, 伯父, 叔父…
in Indonesian paman…
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