grandaddy

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gran·dad·dy

 (grăn′dăd′ē)
n.
Variant of granddaddy.
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Translations

grandaddy

granddaddy [ˈgrændædɪ] N (US) → abuelito m
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grandaddy

granddaddy [ˈgrændædi] (US) npapi m, pépé m
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