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Spanish translation of “upbringing”

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upbringing

noun /ˈapbriŋiŋ/
(an example of) the process of bringing up a child
educación
He had a stern upbringing.
Translations of “upbringing”
in Korean 양육…
in Arabic تَربِية…
in French éducation…
in Italian educazione, allevamento…
in Chinese (Traditional) 撫養, 教育, 教養…
in Russian воспитание…
in Turkish yetişme, yetiştirme, terbiye…
in Polish wychowanie…
in Portuguese criação, educação…
in German die Erziehung…
in Catalan criança, educació…
in Japanese (子供時代の)しつけ, 育ち…
in Chinese (Simplified) 抚养, 教育, 教养…
(Definition of upbringing from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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