Definition of 'son-in-law'
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Example sentences containing 'son-in-law'
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She was entrusted with while her daughter and son-in-law were on official business. Times, Sunday Times (2015)My son-in-law and daughter would not sit with me on the plane home. The Sun (2013)Both my son and son-in-law have had wonderful experiences. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Is my future son-in-law likely to follow suit? Times, Sunday Times (2011)He left no stone unturned in trying to thwart the man he might once have regarded as the perfect son-in-law. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She is forced to move in with her daughter and son-in-law, losing her independence. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)At present his wife was visiting their only daughter and son-in-law in Freiburg. BomberIf his grandfather went prematurely bald too, then your future son-in-law is likely to follow suit. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I'm going as a carer for my blind daughter and son-in-law. The Sun (2014)My wife thinks I am the perfect son-in-law and so does her dad. The Sun (2012)
Translations for 'son-in-law'
British English: son-in-law /sʌn ɪn lɔː/ NOUN
A person's son-in-law is the husband of their daughter.
- American English: son-in-law
- Arabic: زَوْجُ الْإِبْنَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: genro
- Chinese: 女婿
- Croatian: zet
- Czech: zeť
- Danish: svigersøn
- Dutch: schoonzoon
- European Spanish: yerno
- Finnish: vävy
- French: gendre
- German: Schwiegersohn
- Greek: γαμπρός συγγένεια
- Italian: genero
- Japanese: 娘婿
- Korean: 사위
- Norwegian: svigersønn
- Polish: zięć
- European Portuguese: genro
- Romanian: ginere
- Russian: зять
- Spanish: yerno
- Swedish: svärson
- Thai: ลูกเขย
- Turkish: damat kızının kocası
- Ukrainian: зять
- Vietnamese: con rể
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