Definition of 'grandson'
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Whereas her grandson might one day find another life. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Your daughter or your grandson? Times, Sunday Times (2016)I have twin grandsons, one of whom has passed the 11-plus. The Sun (2016)We also have a grandson and granddaughter. Times, Sunday Times (2011)This is his son or his grandson. A Plague of Angels (1993) One lost his grandson in a terrible tragedy. Christianity Today (2000)His daughter and grandson were at his side. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The eldest grandson has moved out. The Sun (2014)You have been a great grandson, and she was clearly a wonderful grandma. The Sun (2010)He has two grandchildren, one teenage great grandson and another great grandchild on the way. The Sun (2014)He also had a wandering eye, something passed down to his son and grandson. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Social Services say our daughter and grandson should be with us. The Sun (2016)If you can continue to see your grandson, your son may come round and in time accept him too. The Sun (2011)He also says that for a grandson who will one day sit on the throne, she is a constant source of counsel. Times, Sunday Times (2016)My husband is possessive to the point he didn't allow me to see my grandsons at one time and my daughter resents that. The Sun (2015)I'd always hoped that one day my grandson would look for us. The Sun (2010)So my priority is to leave at least something to my daughters and grandsons when I go. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I don't reckon we can expect his son and grandson to be any different. The Sun (2009)We usually hear from the eldest grandson regularly but I suspect we are being punished for not approving. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But your great grandson's case was heard in January. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We do have a son, but no grandsons, only granddaughters. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Then my eldest grandson, who lives next door, rushes in. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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British English: grandson /ˈɡrænsʌn; ˈɡrænd-/ NOUN
Someone's grandson is the son of their son or daughter.
My grandson's birthday was on Tuesday.
- American English: grandson
- Arabic: حَفِيد
- Brazilian Portuguese: neto
- Chinese: 孙子
- Croatian: unuk
- Czech: vnuk
- Danish: barnebarn
- Dutch: kleinzoon
- European Spanish: nieto
- Finnish: tyttärenpoika daughter's son
- French: petit-fils
- German: Enkelsohn
- Greek: εγγονός
- Italian: nipote
- Japanese: 孫息子
- Korean: 손자
- Norwegian: sønnesønn
- Polish: wnuczek
- European Portuguese: neto
- Romanian: nepotde bunic
- Russian: внук
- Spanish: nieto
- Swedish: dotterson daughter’s son
- Thai: หลานชาย
- Turkish: erkek torun
- Ukrainian: онук
- Vietnamese: cháu trai
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