Definition of 'granddaughter'
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They have two daughters and two granddaughters. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The identity of her daughter and granddaughter are also protected. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We lost a son and a granddaughter. The Sun (2016)The dad denied his family were scroungers and vowed to support his daughter and new granddaughter. The Sun (2014)We also have a grandson and granddaughter. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We recently visited the primary school of our youngest granddaughter to see an art exhibition. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They leave a son and four granddaughters. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Her grandmother is very worried that her youngest granddaughter has had no medical care throughout her tough young life. The Sun (2015)They're both married and have given me two beautiful granddaughters. The Sun (2009)Don't be bullied out of staying in contact with your other son and your granddaughter. The Sun (2013)The footage shows the Colonel playing with one of his granddaughters. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I have members in the media harassing my daughter and granddaughters. Christianity Today (2000)THEY could be proud relatives filming their young niece or granddaughter in the park. The Sun (2006)She wanted to be at home with her daughters and precious granddaughters around her, in the warmth of those she loved. Times, Sunday Times (2014)MY two granddaughters both have eczema. The Sun (2011)We do have a son, but no grandsons, only granddaughters. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He said: 'My mother can return home and take care of her daughters and granddaughter. The Sun (2008)This bag is built to last a lifetime, or longer, should its owner pass it on to a daughter or granddaughter. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I asked if I could see my granddaughter but my daughter told me to go away and turned her back. The Sun (2007)
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Translations for 'granddaughter'
British English: granddaughter /ˈɡrænˌdɔːtə/ NOUN
Someone's granddaughter is the daughter of their son or daughter.
This is my granddaughter Amelia.
- American English: granddaughter
- Arabic: حَفِيدَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: neta
- Chinese: 孙女
- Croatian: unuka
- Czech: vnučka
- Danish: barnebarn
- Dutch: kleindochter
- European Spanish: nieta
- Finnish: tyttärentytär daughter's daughter
- French: petite-fille
- German: Enkelin
- Greek: εγγονή
- Italian: nipote
- Japanese: 孫娘
- Korean: 손녀
- Norwegian: sønnedatter
- Polish: wnuczka
- European Portuguese: neta
- Romanian: nepoatăde bunic
- Russian: внучка
- Spanish: nieta
- Swedish: sondotter son’s daughter
- Thai: หลานสาว
- Turkish: kız torun
- Ukrainian: онучка
- Vietnamese: cháu gái
Definition of granddaughter from the Collins English Dictionary
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