blood relation

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blood relation

n.
A person who is related to another by birth rather than by marriage.

blood relationship n.
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blood relation

or

blood relative

n
(Genetics) a person related to another by birth, as distinct from one related by marriage
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blood′ rela′tion


n.
a person related by birth rather than by marriage.
Also called blood′ rel′ative.
[1700–10]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.blood relation - one related by blood or origin; especially on sharing an ancestor with another
relative, relation - a person related by blood or marriage; "police are searching for relatives of the deceased"; "he has distant relations back in New Jersey"
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Translations

blood relation

nconsanguineo/a
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References in classic literature ?
On account of his father's death it is to be a very quiet affair--only blood relatives.
The sample can later be retrieved only by that individual and for the use by such individual or, in many cases, by her or his first-degree blood relatives. In case of amniotic fluid stem cell banking, the mother providing the donation initially has ownership of the stem cells and financial responsibility for its storage.
LAHORE -- The Punjab government has issued a fifth letter this time asking the bureaucracy to turn down requests even by chief minister Usman Buzdar's blood relatives seeking undue favours.
He added that the sureties should be blood relatives of the defendant and reside within the court's jurisdiction.
I lost contact with them and many other dearest blood relatives and friends.
Eileen Macken has been trying to find her blood relatives since she was 19 and said she is "happiest person alive" after her search finally came to an end earlier this month.
Summary: The blood relatives will determine the manner of execution.
Mohammad Ishaq Khan maintained that a copy of CNIC must be enclosed with the form 21 before submission to the office and blood relatives of female voters can submit their forms while this facility is also available to the old age and sick people.
But if you have several blood relatives who've had breast or ovarian cancer, or have blood relatives who were diagnosed with breast cancer when they were under 40, you could be eligible for referral to a genetics specialist, said Alana.
He said his lawyer and family were able to reach out to the victim's blood relatives, who included seven uncles.
by Times News ServiceAccording to Omani law any person who kills a public official who is performing his duty shall be sentenced to death, which can be replaced by life imprisonment if he is pardoned by the victim's parents or blood relatives. -Photo used for illustrative purposes only
(We called all older peoplemeaning anyone our parents' age"Auntie" and "Uncle," but they weren't actually blood relatives.) My mother's parents died young (heart disease, cancer) and I never knew them.