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brother

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈbrʌðər/
RELATIVE A1 a boy or man who has the same parents as you: an older/younger brother my big/little brotherFamily relations in general
MEMBER a man who is a member of the same race, religious group, organization, etcKinds of menMen and womenPosition and status in groups and organizations
RELIGION ( also Brother) a monk (= man who lives in a male religious group): Brother PaulMonks and nuns
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