son-in-law


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son-in-law

(sŭn′ĭn-lô′)
n. pl. sons-in-law
The husband of one's child.

son-in-law

n, pl sons-in-law
the husband of one's daughter or son

son′-in-law`



n., pl. sons-in-law.
the husband of one's daughter.
[1300–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.son-in-law - the husband of your daughter
in-law, relative-in-law - a relative by marriage
Translations

son-in-law

[ˈsʌnɪnlɔː] N (sons-in-law (pl)) → yerno m, hijo m político

son-in-law

n pl <sons-in-law> → Schwiegersohn m

son-in-law

[ˈsʌnɪnˌlɔː] n (sons-in-law (pl)) → genero

son

(san) noun
a male child (when spoken of in relation to his parents). He is the son of the manager.
ˈson-in-lawplural ˈsons-in-law noun
a daughter's husband.
son of a bitchbitch

son-in-law

زَوْجُ الْإِبْنَة zeť svigersøn Schwiegersohn γαμπρός yerno vävy gendre zet genero 娘婿 사위 schoonzoon svigersønn zięć genro зять svärson ลูกเขย damat con rể 女婿

son-in-law

n (pl sons-in-law) yerno
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