Definition of 'sister'
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I told you last night, I borrowed the money from my sister, it was going to pay my way back home. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)Obviously, gossip about his sister had traveled faster than news of Sam's shortcomings. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2002)Tarja's grief was centred on the woman he once believed was his sister. TREASON KEEP (2002)
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Translations for 'sister'
British English: sister /ˈsɪstə/ NOUN
Your sister is a girl or woman who has the same parents as you.
My sister is younger than me.
- American English: sister
- Arabic: أُخْت
- Brazilian Portuguese: irmã
- Chinese: 姐妹 older sister
- Croatian: sestra
- Czech: sestra
- Danish: søster
- Dutch: zus
- European Spanish: hermana
- Finnish: sisar
- French: sœur
- German: Schwester
- Greek: αδελφή
- Italian: sorella
- Japanese: 姉妹
- Korean: 언니 female’s elder sister
- Norwegian: søster
- Polish: siostra
- European Portuguese: irmã
- Romanian: soră
- Russian: сестра
- Spanish: hermana
- Swedish: syster
- Thai: พี่สาวหรือน้องสาว
- Turkish: kız kardeş
- Ukrainian: сестра
- Vietnamese: em gái younger sister
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